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Mud Dough?

Allyson Speake of Tanglewood Hollow (www.tanglewoodhollow.com) has a great little book called "A Year of Dough Recipes".


MUD DOUGH

What you will need:

2 C Flour

1/2 C coffee grounds

1 T instant coffee

1 C salt

2 t cream of tartar

1 C hot water

2 T vegetable oil


Step One

Start by mixing dry ingredients thoroughly with a whisk until it is evenly mixed.

Step Two

Add water and oil and stir until thoroughly mixed. Let sit for 5-10 minutes until the mixture has thickened slightly. Using hands, knead dough until it forms a soft, pliable dough.


Enjoy!

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