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Old 02-01-2021, 05:15 PM   #21
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Thanks for all of your comments. I've heard of the little ceramic thingies. So mold is not an issue with these or other suggestions of using moist items?

Marshmallows seems like a good alternative but I never have them on hand.
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Doesn't that mean they're not a good alternative?
Scott only needs to have marshmallows on hand once every few years.
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Scott only needs to have marshmallows on hand once every few years.
Buy a bag and share with neighbors?

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If it is too moist, it can make the sugar that it is touching go white or almost white.
I had that happen when I put the terra cotta directly on the sugar, so after that, when I put that in, I put one of those glass disks I use for weighting down pickling veggies on the sugar, before adding the terra cotta moistener. I do that without thinking about it now, I have done it so many times, so I didn't even think about it here!
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