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Topic: Rice Paper
Message: Posted by: leinadnallareyem (Apr 20, 2010 09:15PM)
I have ideas useing desolving paper, I remember as a child
eating a candy from Japan with rice paper wrapping.
I am looking for a source of disolving sheets of paper.
Message: Posted by: Dave V (Apr 20, 2010 09:20PM)
I remember that same rice paper when I lived in Japan. I think there's other dissolving papers that aren't exactly edible, but for rice paper I'd suggest looking on candy making sites.
Message: Posted by: leinadnallareyem (Apr 20, 2010 11:44PM)
I found a water soluble paper in Edmonds Scientific. It is rather expensive.
Will try candy land.
Thaks and Regards
Message: Posted by: mindguru (May 13, 2010 07:49PM)
I can put rice paper in my mouth and make it disappear, for real. Honest.
Message: Posted by: joseph (May 15, 2010 07:45AM)
[url=http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3151882&mr:referralID=3b3486ca-6017-11df-a218-0026b9571fcb]HERE[/url] is one example...
Message: Posted by: mindguru (May 20, 2010 05:36PM)
This is a good example, water soluble paper.
Message: Posted by: mindshrink (Jul 15, 2010 12:14PM)
I think rice paper and water soluble paper are different thgough rice paper does disintegrate in water but does not disapper completely.
Rice paper is the main secret behind an Indian version of Copperfields 'brick wall illusion'!
Message: Posted by: InventorRu (Oct 8, 2010 02:59PM)
I don't know what effect you have in mind but here in England you can buy water soluble fabric too.I've often thought it would come in useful even though you cannot eat it of course.
Message: Posted by: malaki (Aug 16, 2017 12:22PM)
Water soluble paper was mainly used by bookies to eliminate evidence should the police unexpectedly arrive. Just drop it into a bucket of water by the desk and it was gone!

I do not know what is used in the manufacture of this paper, but I would not try to eat it.