Neutral Mirror Glaze

Back in the days, pastries and fruit pies were finished with hot apricot jam, known as "nappage". The tradition of using nappage added a protective shine. Today, neutral glaze has become more common. Its versatility does not stop there, neutral glaze is also used to texturize chocolate glazes and fruit coulis.

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