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Pouring Salt Makes Food Inedible

February 25, 2012 by staff 

Pouring Salt Makes Food Inedible, Craft-time with kids should be done under adult supervision, but kids are quick and if you’re worried about that glue getting into their mouths before you have a chance to stop them, then fear no more – this glue is edible and safe!

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What you need
1 cup Flour
1 cup Cold Water
Food colouring (optional)
Salt (optional)

1 cup Flour 1 cup Cold Water Food colouring (optional) Salt (optional)
Put the flour in a small, heavy bottomed saucepan and add about ½ cup of the water. Stir, adding more water as needed until you have a thick paste.

You may need to use a whisk to remove all the lumps the paste should be smooth.

Put the flour in a small, heavy bottomed saucepan and add about ½ cup of the water. Stir, adding more water as needed until you have a thick paste. You may need to use a whisk to remove all the lumps the paste should be smooth.
Place the saucepan on the stove and bring it to a simmer over medium heat. Reduce heat to minimum and continue cooking out, stirring constantly for about 5 minutes.

Remove from heat and, if desired, you can add food colouring to the paste at this point to make several different colours.

Place the saucepan on the stove and bring it to a simmer over medium heat. Reduce heat to minimum and continue cooking out, stirring constantly for about 5 minutes. Remove from heat and, if desired, you can add food colouring to the paste at this point to make several different colours.
Move the paste to a plastic container with a tight fitting lid (storing colours separately) and allow it to cool completely before closing it.
The paste will last for several days at room temperature if properly closed. It may need mixing before each use.

Move the paste to a plastic container with a tight fitting lid (storing colours separately) and allow it to cool completely before closing it. The paste will last for several days at room temperature if properly closed. It may need mixing before each use.
To make “glitter glue”, you can pour salt on the glue after it has been applied to the craft. If you mix it directly into the paste, it will dissolve.
You can also use coloured sugars (the kind you put on cookies) to make coloured glitter glue.

You may want to use plastic or wood sticks for spreading the glue – once it dries, it’s very difficult to remove.

To make “glitter glue”, you can pour salt on the glue after it has been applied to the craft. If you mix it directly into the paste, it will dissolve. You can also use coloured sugars (the kind you put on cookies) to make coloured glitter glue. You may want to use plastic or wood sticks for spreading the glue – once it dries, it’s very difficult to remove.

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