I have a couple gallons, but none I can spare. That's a good argument for a naturally firmer food, like potatoes or carrots. If you're not worried about any functionality then ice cream or even cake would work ok. It's not generally considered edible, but I've been wanting to make a solid wood cube, including a wooden mechanism.Where are we going to get the liquid nitrogen though?
Sure. Maybe not exceptionally durable, but you ought to be able to make it work. People carve soap all the time, and a potato would be at least as good in the short term. I expect it would degrade a little faster than soap.So, you can just use a potato for carving?
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