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  21 Apr 06 04:32 PM | Edit Reply | Wheat paste
Roast
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does anyone know how to make the stuff?

cheers
  21 Apr 06 07:31 PM | Edit Reply | RE: Wheat paste
supermanIII
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put flour in a pot with water and boil it, not rocket science.
  27 Apr 06 09:13 PM | Edit Reply | RE: Wheat paste
revolt
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— Begin by pouring one cup of flour into 1 1/2 cups of water.
— Heat to a boil until it thickens, stir to remove all lumps (with a whisk if possible) and add more water until it turns into a thick, clear
goop.
— Cook on low heat for at least half an hour, being careful not to burn it. After approx. 20-30 mins., paste will become thinner and more
transparent.
— It expands a lot–experiment.
— Upon reaching desired (smooth, pliable, and somewhat transparent) consistency, take paste off the heat and let cool.
— Pour into airtight jar or bottle or other such container.
  12 Jun 06 08:20 PM | Edit Reply | RE: Wheat paste
graftaUGS
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worcester
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revolt wrote:
— Begin by pouring one cup of flour into 1 1/2 cups of water.
— Heat to a boil until it thickens, stir to remove all lumps (with a whisk if possible) and add more water until it turns into a thick, clear
goop.
— Cook on low heat for at least half an hour, being careful not to burn it. After approx. 20-30 mins., paste will become thinner and more
transparent.
— It expands a lot–experiment.
— Upon reaching desired (smooth, pliable, and somewhat transparent) consistency, take paste off the heat and let cool.
— Pour into airtight jar or bottle or other such container.


cheers m8 dat helped me to ive neva thought of makin it before
  27 Sep 06 02:15 PM | Edit Reply | RE: Wheat paste
raek2
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— Begin by pouring one cup of flour into 1 1/2 cups of water.
— Heat to a boil until it thickens, stir to remove all lumps (with a whisk if possible) and add more water until it turns into a thick, clear
goop.
— Cook on low heat for at least half an hour, being careful not to burn it. After approx. 20-30 mins., paste will become thinner and more
transparent.
— It expands a lot–experiment.
— Upon reaching desired (smooth, pliable, and somewhat transparent) consistency, take paste off the heat and let cool.
— Pour into airtight jar or bottle or other such container.


this matches my recipe almost eactly, good man. 'cept i usually make more.
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