|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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Make an inedible modeling dough by combining flour and salt. Slowly mix ... can be put on a cookie sheet in the oven and baked at 350 degrees until firm.
Mix, knead and shape. Air dry or bake at 325 degrees until it begins to brown. Baked work can be painted. Plastic varnish will help preserve it and ...
Mix flour and salt. Add 1 ... Add 1/2 cup water. Knead on floured surface 10 minutes. Shape. Bake at 250-300 degrees until hard paint. Dip in polyurethane.
Combine 1 cup of table salt, 1/2 cup ... of unbaked bread dough. Remove from ... school when they were studying the land formations of the United States.
Mix salt and 2/3 cup ... Stir to stiff dough consistency. Turn out ... until rock-like. Paint with water colors. Dry then apply 2 or more coats of shellac.
Mix together 1 cup salt, 1/2 cup ... thickens to stiff dough consistency. Turn out ... smooth. Works for Christmas ornaments (roll and cut with cookie cutter).
Mix flour and salt. Slowly add ... refrigerator in closed container or plastic bag. Can be baked at 225 degrees for 2 hours. Color or decorate, if desired.
Combine flour and salt. Then add water. Dough should be soft ... hard. Cool before painting with felt tip markers and coat with high gloss polyurethane.
Mix salt and flour together, ... 10 minutes until dough is smooth and ... tree. Note: Dough can be shaped into baskets, candle holders, or whatever you like.
Mix flour and salt together. Slowly add ... forms a soft dough, all of ... degrees. Baked ornaments are less fragile than those which have been air-dried.
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