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oh, well there's your answer. The dye from the 60's was truly red, as well as radio-active.
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Posted to Thread #29222 at 8:38 pm on Nov 26, 2016
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- 29222. Does anyone know of a food coloring that is REALLY red? I've tried numerous brands of paste, gel [LINK] - CynUpstateNY - 1:51pm on 11/26/16 (13)
- Try looking here for an idea. ;o) - Charley - 4:47pm on 11/26/16
- Does the dough bake up darker? I've always had good luck with the Wilton - LisainLA - 6:52pm on 11/26/16
- Call me anal (go ahead, I won't mind) but recipes that are as vague as this: - MarilynFL - 8:02pm on 11/26/16
- This King Arthur red spiral dough uses 10 drops and it has 3/4 C of butter. [LINK] - MarilynFL - 8:24pm on 11/26/16
- Oh, Marilyn, really!! You've been on here long enough that we all know. Besides...engineer. [NT] - Michael in Sarasota - 12:04pm on 11/28/16
- I posted this recipe because I couldn't find the Good Housekeeping one from the 60's that - CynUpstateNY - 8:31pm on 11/26/16
- oh, well there's your answer. The dye from the 60's was truly red, as well as radio-active. [NT] - MarilynFL - 8:38pm on 11/26/16
- Ha! [NT] - CynUpstateNY - 11:34pm on 11/26/16
- Marilyn might be right. Not a scientist, but I bought red glass goblets - KarenNoCA - 11:57pm on 11/26/16
- I'd use Americolor Super Red gel. It looks even more red than in your linked photo. [IMAGE] - MariaDNoCA - 12:49am on 11/27/16
- Thank, Maria, I'll order it. [NT] - CynUpstateNY - 1:31am on 11/27/16
- BA did an article on natural coloring - Pam - 4:16pm on 12/01/16
- Just saw that article online yesterday while checking out this month's new recipes. Here it is. [NT] [LINK] - Pat-NoCal - 4:30pm on 12/01/16