By now you’ve probably seen the film Sugar, starring Reese Witherspoon.
But how exactly does it work?
Well, to get started, here’s a few basic steps.
The sugar film You start with a small container of sugar.
In this case, it’s sugar water, so if you want to make a very small batch of film, you’ll need less than a cup.
To make it bigger, you need to use more sugar water.
The sugar film has a large opening that you can seal with a plastic bag.
You fill the bag with water, and place it in the sugar water container.
You put a piece of parchment paper over the opening, and seal the bag.
After it’s sealed, you start to cook.
Place the film in a large skillet.
Once it starts to boil, place a lid on top.
When it’s done cooking, flip it and let it cool.
This will make the film easier to pour into the jar.
Step 2: Pour the film into the sugar container.
Once the film is cool enough to touch, you’re ready to pour it into the container.
Put a piece or two of parchment on top of the film, and make sure the lid is closed.
Pour the sugar into the top of your container.
It should come out clean.
You should have a film that’s about two inches in diameter.
Here’s what the sugar movie looks like when you’re finished pouring it into your jar: The film is about two-inches in diameter, so it can be poured into your jars.
Once it’s all poured in, put the lid back on the jar, and keep the lid closed.
You have a sugar film.
What you need for this recipe: 1 cup of sugar water 2 tablespoons of butter, melted 1 tablespoon of vanilla extract 2 teaspoons of baking soda 1/2 teaspoon of salt (I used 1/4 teaspoon) 2 tablespoons (1 cup) of cornstarch (you can use plain cornstalk)