|Dough Rheology and Baked Product Texture|
|by J.M. Faubion|
This is a reference text on dough rheology and baked product texture. The book covers the fundamental principles of rheology and its practical app...
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Mix and let ... this on plastic placemat. Raisins or other added edible items can be used for decorating creations that can be served and eaten at tea time.
Mix 1 slice ... separate piles of dough. This takes ... glue mixed with 1 tablespoon water over shapes. Stick wire into dough and let set at least 2 hours.
Mix all ingredients and play. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Remove crusts from bread. Add 3 tablespoons white glue, increasing according to needs. Mix well in small bowl. Mold or shape into anything you wish. ...
Mix peanut butter, honey and vanilla. Add sugar and mix well. Add skim milk gradually until it feels right. Knead on wax paper until milk is ...
Mix peanut butter, ... bowl using your hands. Add additional powdered milk until dough is soft and pliable, but not sticky. Play with it and then eat it.
Mix together. Play with the dough, make shapes and pictures and then eat it too!
Mix peanut butter and honey. Add enough dry milk until no longer sticky and can be worked with by hand. Mold and eat.
Cook mixture over ... knead until smooth. Store in airtight container or ziplock bag. NOTE: Play dough works well for making many kinds of science displays.
In a medium cooking pot combine flour, salt and cream of tartar. Combine and add water, food coloring and oil. Cook over medium heat and stir 3 to 5 ...
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