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  • Alicia Bayer
    Alicia Bayer • 34 weeks ago

    Instead of buying pricey Metamucil you can also just use psyllium husk powder (the main ingredient that makes this project work) and mix that with water and food coloring and microwave for 30 seconds at a time for the same results. It's cheaper and skips the middleman. :)

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    I want to make this with the kids but it has odd ingredients. Eleni Kalmukos Deering

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    I would love to be a contributor to your "Food Art" board. If you are accepting new contributors, could you send me an invite?

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    Find a way to make it nontoxic.

  • Jenna Okuley

    Awesome! I wanna try it Thanks!

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  • Lyne Lafontaine

    puis je avoir la recette svp merci!

  • 9CatLives

    Seems like a good idea until it mixes... Maybe use a solid color, such as pink?

  • 9CatLives

    But I am still going to like:)

  • Allison @ Learn Play Imagine

    Yes it definitely becomes a gross gray/brown when it's done mixing, but watching the process of all the mixing was so worth it. :) We love single color batches, too. Another fun option is making a couple of colors that mix well together like yellow and blue.

  • 9CatLives

    Yes what a great idea!

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