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Mix and knead together. This playdoh is not sticky and does not dry out.
Put all ingredients ... pulls away from sides of pan. Add food color and knead until smooth (it doesn't stick to counter top - doesn't need flour kneaded in.
Mix and stir over LOW heat until done. Mixture will become like mashed potatoes, then ball up. Store in closed, air tight container. Pliable and long ...
Combine ingredients in ... away from sides of pan. Remove from heat and continue stirring until the mixture cools to touch. Keep in an airtight container.
Mix together, cook on low temperature stirring constantly. Cook until it is "slick" and moves away from edge of pan. Cool. Keep sealed in Ziplock ...
(Can use hot ... you want dark color). 1. Mix all ingredients together. 2. Make 12 balls. 3. Cut out different shapes. 4. Play with it. 5. Eat and enjoy!
Combine all ingredients, ... Cook over medium to high heat, stirring ... until a ball forms. Remove from heat, place dough on table and knead until smooth.
Mix all ingredients ... into quantities as to colors desired. Add ... and mix well. After mixture has cooled, store in air tight container in refrigerator.
Dissolve salt and alum in boiling water. Add food coloring, oil, and flour. Knead 5 minutes. Store in air-tight container in refrigerator. Will last ...
Heat in pan on medium heat until "doh" forms. Stir slowly. Can add food coloring.
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