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1 c Flour
1 c Water
1/2 c Salt
2 tb Cream of tartar
1 tb Oil
Cook this stuff until it forms a mess, excuse me, mass in the pan.
Turn it out on a plate, pick an old one, and cover it with a damp cloth, also and old one.
Food coloring may be added. Store playdough in the refrigerator
* NOTE: Do Not EAT the stuff.