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Re: dough and flour allergies


From: Susan Holland (Susan_Holland_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Oct 21 2000 - 21:41:17 PDT

what about cornstarch dough?-- boil 1 cup salt in one cup of water. In a
separate bowl, stir 1 cup cornstarch into 1/2 cup cold water. Add this to
boiling mixture and cook until you get dough. remove from heat and knead when
cool enough. writes:
>I need the greater wisdom of this wonderful list. I have a kindergartner,
>who is allergic to all things with wheat.
>His mother would like to make play dough for the class. She has tried making
>it from Rice flour. Didn't work.
>Has any of you come across a recipe, without wheat flour, that works. I
>think he's allergic to Barley, too. She has tried Rye but it didn't work.
>Thanks in advance.
>Leslie in Framingham.

Susan Holland
Visual Art Studies
University of Texas at Austin