|Cooking in Clay (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks)|
|by Joanna White|
This new edition of Cooking in Clay contains new entrees, side dishes, and soups to make in your clay cooker, with updated instructions and tips f...
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Mix soda and cornstarch together, blending well. ... clear nail polish. Hangers may be mounted on back with glue, or pressed into dough before it dries.
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.
Mix together soda and starch. Add ... completely (at least 1-2 days). Paint with water, colors, tempra or acrylic and coat with shellac or clear nail polish.
Stir over medium ... coloring. Roll marble size beads and use a toothpick to make holes. Bake at 200 degrees ... or dry in sun 24 hours. String and wear.
Combine cornstarch and soda, mixing well. ... onto a silicone baking sheet. Cover with ... gloss finish. Press wire hanger into back before dough dries.
Blend soda, cornstarch, and water ... not overcook. Overdone clay is crumbly.) Transfer ... food coloring to water before mixing it with dry ingredients.
Mix all together and cook over medium heat for approximately 4 minutes, stirring constantly, until consistency of mashed potatoes. Knead like bread ...
Mix cornstarch and soda, then add ... hours). Color with paint or felt tip markers or coat with shellac or clear nail polish. You can even make jewelry!
In large saucepan, mix together cornstarch, baking soda, and gradually ... heat and turn clay onto plastic wrap ... Thaw at room temperature and then knead.
Stir together in ... (paint, color, etc.) as desired. Unused clay can be stored in airtight bag in refrigerator. Bring clay to room temperature before using.
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