|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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Cook over low heat and stir until firm.
Mix flour, salt, and water well. Slowly add a few drops liquid soap until desired consistency. Divide into 3 - 6 batches and add food coloring as ...
Mix all ingredients ... If desired divide dough into two balls ... coloring of choice into each ball. Store in a covered container. THIS IS NOT TO BE EATEN!
Place all dry ingredients in a saucepan and blend well. Add liquid and stir. Cook over low heat about 3 minutes. Let cool and knead in your hands. ...
Mix dry ingredients in heavy pan; add oil, water and coloring and cook 3 minutes or until it pulls away from sides of pan. May add a few drops of oil ...
Mix water, salt, shortening, alum and enough flour to make a stiff dough. Add food coloring to desired shade. Keep in closed container.
Combine all ingredients ... stirring constantly until dough begins to cling ... minutes. Turn on board and knead. Store in covered container or plastic bag.
Mix together. Makes enough for eight children. Have children ... before playing with dough and put on ... time. Great for preschoolers and Sunday School.
Mix ingredients together. ... with clean hands, children (any everybody else) can mold this play dough and then eat ... children under 2 because of the honey.
Put peanut butter ... you have a play dough consistency (not sticky). ... and creations by children! It is ... can eat any play dough; don't confuse them.
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