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stranger Location: I come from the land down unde...
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I'm pretty noob right now about fire dancing and there is probably other posts on this that I couldn't find but I just have a few questions.
I recently saw a video on Youtube on firebreathing (Youtube - Fire Breathing 101 - Safe) and they were using cornstarch. I want to know if this was a wise idea and if anyone else has used it for fire performances.
Also, I live in the land down under (Australia :P) and was wondering where I can get biodiesel? And if vegetable oil (like olive oil) would be suitable for fire performances such as firebreathing/ eating and spinning?
Cheers! Courtney (:
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