What you get
- 8 full HD video lessons of more than 2 class hours
- Can be accessed from everywhere on all devices
- Very detailed instructions in close-ups on how to make bean paste in a much quicker methods compared to the traditional ones in two versions: flower paste & lace paste & how to use the paste to make dahlias & leaves, ombre fantasy butterfly flowers, & lace patterns.
- Full detail material & recipe worksheets
- Quick responses from the instructor.
- Continuous support to resolve any single technical issue arising
Bean paste has been becoming a favourite flower paste to many world artists but it discourages them because it’s too time-consuming to make. Now, there’s good news for any one interested in using bean paste as Jessica MV finds out how to make bean paste in a much quicker method! She will guide you through the process of making with all tips & tricks; then shows you how to make a classic dahlia & leaves plus a unique fantasy butterfly flower in ombre out of bean paste as well as creating lace using bean lace paste.
- Lessons 8
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 588
- Assessments Yes
- Lesson 1: Introduction to mung bean & Making bean paste for flowers
- Lesson 2: Making a dahlia (Part 1): Making the center layer
- Lesson 3: Making a dahlia (Part 2): Making the outer layers & the calyx; Dusting the flower
- Lesson 4: Making leaves: Wiring, shaping, dusting & glazing
- Lesson 5: Making an ombre fantasy butterfly flower (Part 1): Choice of colors, Making butterfly wing patterns
- Lesson 6: Making an ombre fantasy butterfly flower (Part 2): Making flower petals; glazing & assembling
- Lesson 7: Making lace paste & lace patterns
- Course materials
Is this the same recipe that is in the Davis Austin rose tutorial? Thank you.
Hi, are the flowers come out soft and manageable like regular bean paste?
What is the different between this module and the other rice bean paste module that you have?
This is bean paste course which teaches how to make bean paste quickly then how to make flowers and lace out of bean paste.the main material is mung bean. The other course is rice paste of which main material is rice flour. Hope you can work out the difference now.
Buenas tardes Jesica, mi consulta es sobre el color del poroto mung para saber si lo compro o no. En donde vivo, Argentina , he conseguido de color verde. He leido que son verdes por fuera y marfil por dentro. Este tipo de poroto se pela sino como hago para que al preparar la masa me quede de color blanco .
Gracias por tu atención.
Aguardo tu respuesta.
I hope you will work out all the information I gave in the course. In this course, I always used mung bean but its weakness is it has no white, even the whitest bean like white kidney bean doesn’t produce white paste.
So if you can only find the green mung bean in Argentina, you can toast it the way I showed and grind it into very fine powder to make paste. Its color will be quite dull but it’s normal about bean paste.
You mentioned the bean paste is quick to make . If made in 10 minutes can it be used right away. My other question is how is it colored. Do you color the paste with food color gel like you would gumpaste? How does it take to color dust? Does the finished flower keep well.
Yes to all Y/N questions! It’s quite receptive to petal dust, especially for strong colors. It will keep shape like gum paste flowers but will stay flexible for a long time. esp. in moderate weather. In super dry places, it will dry faster but much slower compared to gum paste.
how can I find if I have already registered for this course as it looks very familiar and I do not want to reister twice.
I have checked and found that you only bought the course once on 22nd Feb 2019.
Hello Cakejess -I have attempted 3 times to purchase the quick bean paste class . Twice with PayPal which after clicking on pay redirected me back to your site and then payment the other way. Has anyone else having problems?
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Many thanks for the detailed lessons from Jess. Everything turned out, the petals are very delicate. Probably, we have very dry air, the bean paste dries up the next day and breaks.How to make it not dry so quickly?
For very dark color flower, we may need to tint the paste a lot, which may slow down the process of drying. But basing on what you describe, I suppose the weather where you are is very dry. Bean paste is already very slow in drying compared to gum paste and this version, in fact is not only a quicker to make version but also produces flowers which hold shapes better than the tradionally-cooked paste and it’s especially suitable for moderate or humid weather types. So, for your own conditions, I can only think of 2 methods to overcome the dryness: if you want to use this version of mine and keep the flower stay flexible longer, use humidifier or use the old version of bean paste which stays soft for longer (i have a free recipe tutorial for this).
However I myself experienced making bean paste in dry weather and even in dryness, the petals stay very strong without breaking for a long time; so It’s probably the type of powder you use too. Which method options did you use? Toast & grind the beans yourself or use the ready made powder?
I used beans, which I grind myself. cooked pasta much longer than you indicated, because it was very sticky.
That’s so clever. You need to adapt cooking times as the microwave oven strength might be different and the materials we use may vary in its textures & quality too.
To slow down the drying process in your very dry condition, I would prefer using raw bean powder conditioned in microwave to make the paste rather than the toasted one.
Hi do you have d rice paste course
yes here it is https://cakejess.com/course/amazing-rice-paste-flowers/
s il vous plait pourriez vous me donner le lien sur Amazone pour acheter LA MACHINE broyeur de haricot pour les rendre en poudre, je n arrive pas a trouver,et comme je suis en France ou je pourrais trouver les haricots pour les acheter parce-qu il ya beaucoup de variétés Votre cours est magnifique
I can find a grinder on Amazon that is very similar to mine:https://www.amazon.com/Welljun-Household-Superfine-High-Speed-Universal/dp/B01GQ16NFW
Thanks for joining the class!