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This recipe for Alum Play Dough, by Rachelle Arbon, is from The Anderson Family Cookbook,
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2 Cups Flour 1 Cup Water 1 Cup Salt 2 Tbsp Oil 2 Tbsp Alum Liquid Food Coloring
Pour dry ingredients into a large pan. Stir together to mix well. Stir oil and food coloring into the water. Pour liquid into the dry ingredients while mixing, squeezing and kneading the dough. If too sticky add more flour. This dough keeps best if its placed in a covered contained in the refrigerator.
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