Watch above video for details on how to use Sugar Sheet and Wafer Paper Edible both the prints on a Cake and its advantages and disadvantages. Tips on how to handle and store these sheets in Rainy Season for most commonly known issues due to the humid conditions.
Sugar Sheet Vs Wafer Paper
Sugar sheets and wafer paper are both commonly used for edible photo printing, which is the process of printing images or designs onto a thin, edible material that can be applied to cakes and other baked goods. Here are some key differences between sugar sheets and wafer paper:
Composition: Sugar sheets are made of sugar and food coloring, while wafer paper is made of potato starch and water.
Consistency: Sugar sheets are thin and flexible, similar to a piece of plastic or cellophane. Wafer paper is slightly thicker and more fragile, and can be easily torn or crumbled.
Printing: Sugar sheets can be printed on using an inkjet printer with edible ink, while wafer paper must be printed on using a special printer that uses heat to transfer the ink onto the paper.
Uses: Sugar sheets can be used to create intricate designs and detailed images, as the inkjet printing process allows for fine details and vibrant colors. Wafer paper is better suited for more simple designs and can be used to create a delicate, translucent effect.
Storage: Sugar sheets should be stored in a cool, dry place to prevent them from melting or becoming sticky. Wafer paper should be stored in an airtight container to prevent it from drying out or becoming brittle.