Lining with acetate strips

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Amanda

Lining with acetate strips

I am making individual triple berry cheesecakes and the recipe states to line the insides of the dessert rings with 2 inch acetate strips.

I haven't done this before, does anyone know where I can buy acetate strips, is it easy to do? How would I secure the strips? Finally I am assuming it's necessary but is there an easy way?

Sorry for all the questions!

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Queen of Puds

acetate strips

You can buy aceteate strips online - google it & there are numerous options, seems to be sold by the metre in varying widths. I can't see them on Lakeland however, but if you have a cake decorating shop nearby you might get them there - they seem quite a specialist product.

Never done this however, but I assume that you could have a go with cling film - but it would be very fiddly, so if you have the patience to wait for a delivery, I'd do that if it was me ...

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sam from worthing

acetate strips

could you not use greaseproof paper or baking parchment?

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Amanda

acetate strips

I guess so but as the recipe states acetate strips I thought I would have a go.

 
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