|Woody's Liquid Kitchen|
|by Hayden Wood|
"If celebrity chefs are the new rock stars, Hayden Wood is the equivalent of a mega DJ.
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Use approximately 1/4 cup per child. Pour glue and starch into a small ... commercial putty product. For variety, add glitter. Store air tight in refrigerator.
Mix ingredients and ... container. (If you use Elmer's School Glue instead of regular white it doesn't bounce or pick up pictures, but the kids will love it.)
Mix together and ... Elmer's regular white glue (not school glue) ... touch more glue or starch. You will have to experiment. Store in an airtight container.
Mix together in ball. Start stirring with spoon, as thickens mix with hands. Continue working until consistency of Silly Putty. May be stringy. Take ...
Mix glue and starch well. It needs ... it doesn't bounce or pick up pictures, but it makes a gooey delight your kids will love. Use on a smooth surface.
Mix well. Dry ... a touch more glue or starch. You will ... commercial "Silly Putty". Beware of contact with clothes and carpet or your Mom & Dad will be angry!
Mix equal parts of glue and starch. Knead to desired consistency. It stretches, snaps and bounces. Store in zip locked plastic bag or airtight container.
Pour liquid starch over glue and gently fold ... harder and more rubbery as it is worked. Once it is quite solid, rinse under cold water to remove starch.
Pour glue into pan. Gradually add starch, stirring constantly, ... stretchy. Keep in a covered container. May need to be reblended after it has been stored.
Mix together: Add more starch if necessary, until ... non-sticky, pliable mass. You can stretch it, break it, snap it, and have FUN. This CANNOT be colored.
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