Salt dough

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Salt dough

Salt dough is a modeling material made from a mixture of flour, salt and water. Food coloring is often used to color the material.[1]

Due to its high salt content, it is not suitable for eating, as the high salt content gives it an unpleasant taste making such attempts unlikely even among inquisitive individuals such as children. The dough can be baked in an oven to make solid sculptures.


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  1. ^ Easy Salt Dough Recipes Every Child Can Make. Easy Child Crafts.com. Retrieved 31 March 2011.