Waiting to have a “fimo-dedicated” oven (which takes time as English ovens are hyper-expensive or very strange), I decided to try to bake my polymer clay beads with what I have… a pan.
In fact it is rather "boiling” than baking. Cheri found the recipe somewhere on the Internet yesterday afternoon.
I tried last night. With very simple beads (I have to confess I was a bit afraid). The result is surprising, I was afraid my polymer clay slices would be deformed or stuck together... but no!
In fact as Cheri said "Well, baking fimo is just like baking pastas".
He was right; it simply takes a pan full of water, oil and salt.
I used 1,5L of water, in which I put 3 tablespoons of salt and 5 or 6 drops of oil. Just bring to a boil and put the beads in the pan when the water boils. After 5 or 10 minutes, drop the fire at its minimum and leave between 15 and 25 minutes. Then drain and eat... er na, put your beads under cold water instead!