|Dough: Simple Contemporary Breads|
|by Richard Bertinet|
For all those who do not want to eat mass produced sliced bread filled with chemicals and preservatives, help is at hand.
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Mix all together ... peppermint oils to add a scent to the play dough. Be sure to use ... edible flavorings in case the children happen to eat some of it.
Add a touch of food coloring if desired. Mix, knead, and store in a covered container.
Mix dry ingredients together in mixing bowl, then add water and oil. Separate dough into cereal bowls to add coloring.
Mix ingredients. Then ... water. For colored play dough add food coloring ... kindergarten teacher for many years. And has also taught young children in S.S. too.
Mix ingredients in saucepan over medium heat until desired consistency. While still warm, knead play dough to remove any lumps.
Mix dry ingredients together. Add oil and water. Mix with fork and then knead with hands (after if cools a little). Keep it covered in plastic bag or ...
Preheat oven to ... hands until the dough is smooth. Form ... With a pancake turner lift cookies onto a cooling rack to cool. Makes about 2 cups of dough.
Mix until dough reaches play dough consistency. Children ... shapes, even with cookie cutters. Add raisins or chocolate chips for eyes and other decoration.
Mix together, cook ... heat. Keep stirring until doughy, not sticky. Take off heat and knead dough on was paper. Keep in air-tight container for months.
Mix together in ... until thickens to play dough. Knead until ... Store in zip-loc baggie or airtight container. Add a few cookie cutters and kids love it.
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