|The New Why You Don't Need Meat|
As people are becoming more and more aware of the benefits of a meat-free diet, vegetarianism is one of the key lifestyle issues of the 1990s.
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Makes 3 cups. Mix flour and plaster together. Add water ... container, milk carton, etc.) Let set overnight. Use table knife or popsicle stick to carve.
In plastic bowl ... small amount of plaster of Paris with ... hand and let print dry (2 to 5 hours). Spray with clear acrylic spray and paint, if desired.
Spread on cloth and apply to chest.
Mix soap flakes ... whipped cream. Beat in food coloring. Use as finger paint or decorative plaster. Mixture does not store; prepare enough for each project.
Cut crepe paper into narrow strips or small pieces; the smaller the pieces, the finer the texture. Place in large pan. Add enough water to cover. Let ...
Mix together and add enough warm water or mineral oil so it's like the consistency of icing. Spread this on 1/2 of small piece of material then fold ...
Cream together in large bowl: Sift together: Cream together butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla and milk. Sift the 3 dry ingredients together and then add ...
Stir with vinegar. Make a paste; apply between 2 pieces of thin cloth. Leave on chest for approximately 20 minutes.
Stir with enough real lard to spread on wool cloth, sew and apply warm to the chest. Thanks Grandmom!
Boil together for 3 minutes the salt, sugar, oil, vinegar, water. Set aside. Cool. Drain all canned vegetables well. Combine all vegetables and mix ...
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