|The Best of Clay Pot Cooking|
|by Dana Jacobi|
Since Roman times, cultures around the world have been enchanted with cooking in clay and the juicy, full flavors it preserves in any dish.
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Mix salt and water; heat 3 to 4 minutes. Remove from heat and add remaining ingredients. Stir quickly. Heat if too thin. This hardens and can be ...
Mix salt and cornstarch and cold water ... for several days if carefully wrapped. If it has been stored for several days it can be kneaded before using.
Put salt and ... a boil. Mix cornstarch with 2/3 cup ... and knead into clay. Makes about ... painted. Store unused clay in airtight container in the fridge.
Put salt and ... a boil. Mix cornstarch with remaining water ... and knead into clay. Makes 3 ... plastic bag in the refrigerator. May 1/2 or 1/4 recipe.
Put salt and ... a boil. Mix cornstarch with remaining water ... and knead into clay. Make 3 ... dry. Store unused clay in a plastic bag in refrigerator.
Combine ingredients in ... on medium until clay forms. Knead when ... clear nail polish. Good for making beads - use straws to make holes before drying.
Stir while cooking, ... with water color. Clay can always be ... cover. A damp cloth placed over the clay will help to keep it moist until the next time.
Mix, cook and stir over low heat until it looks and feels like mashed potatoes. Cool and cut out or roll into shapes. Clay dries very hard.
In a large ... smooth. Store this clay in an airtight ... spray will give a glossy finish. I have used this recipe with the Cub Scouts - it's real easy!
Combine all three ... minutes. Dough can be used like clay to shape and mold. May ... if desired. Just have great time being creative with your children.
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