|The Olive Oil Companion|
|by Judy Ridgway|
This volume covers all aspects of olive oil production, describing cultivation, harvesting and pressing requirements and techniques.
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Mix all together ... cinnamon or peppermint oils to add a scent to the play dough. Be sure ... flavorings in case the children happen to eat some of it.
Mix dry ingredients together. Separately mix wet ingredients together. Blend both batches, then stir over low heat until it forms a ball. (This may ...
Heat water on ... completely dissolved. Add oil and food coloring. ... are okay as they can be kneaded out as the play dough cools. Serves 2 children.
Combine flour, salt and cream of tartar. In another bowl, mix: Gradually stir liquid ingredients into dry ingredients in a large saucepan. Cook over ...
Bring water and ... Then add the oil, cream of tartar, then flour a bit at a time until workable. This play dough will keep a long time in zip lock bags.
Cook over medium heat until mixture pulls away from sides of pan and becomes like play dough in consistency. Knead and cool. Keeps 3 months refrigerated.
Add a touch of food coloring if desired. Mix, knead, and store in a covered container.
Mix all ingredients over medium heat in a large saucepan until it forms a ball and leaves the sides of the pan. Store covered after it has cooled in ...
Mix flour, salt ... tartar.) Add water, oil and food coloring. ... immediately. Store in an airtight container. This recipe makes enough play dough for 6 children.
Mix ingredients together. Add drops of color to desired intensity. Store wrapped in plastic or in covered container.
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