How to make 3D gracilaria jelly:
Step 1: Make transparent substrate gelatin cake. In order to make a standard substrate cake, if you want to do much more or to do big cake substrate, you apply the following rates for processing.
Recipe: 4 water, 1 sugar, citric acid and 2.5 dough 1 gelatin. Citric acid is necessary to make jelly mixture becomes transparent, not opaque to highlight 3D inside.
Use 3 tablespoons of water: pour 1 tablespoon of sugar dissolved in boiling, then pulled out. Then you pour remaining tablespoon of water, 2.5 tablespoons flour dissolved gelatin in the microwave for rotation within 10-15 seconds until the powder of gelatin is completely dissolved. Pour the mixture into the sugar water is still warm, for about 5 minutes for the mixture to cool, add 1 tablespoon of citric acid, stirring. You can pour 1 tube of vanilla to flavor if you want. Let it cool for about 5 minutes, then you give a clear glass bowl. Place in refrigerator overnight.
The way to do is similar to make the substrate cakes. After pouring citric acid in, fill with food color or fruit juice concentrates to dissolve into color standard. You should tinge darker to highlight color. You should be a darker tinge to the popular color for easy to jelly. Mixed colors should be individually colored in the bowl / vial and soak in a bowl of warm water to avoid being frozen jelly to create 3D.
For beginners: using a spoon and syringe injection creates petal color from the center to around the bowl. Details how to create 3D flowers.
Note: When the needle or spatula, do not prick the bottom of bowl. When using a round scoop ice cream scoop to form the center circle bowl of jelly, not discarded parts that leave fossil, after 3D imaging is done, put together to create the same flat surface.
Should prepare a water bottle to keep warm, dissolve gelatin jelly sticking to tools. Using absorbent paper after the fill times to not blur into the other petals. After creating the 3D is done, if you want more prominent flowers you can lined with a contrasting color in the bottom of flowers.