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Axolotl Dough Bread

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< * 1/2 cup tp 2/3 cup of milk ''or'' water, your choice (milk makes a tastier dough)

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> * 1/2 cup to 2/3 cup of milk ''or'' water, your choice (milk makes a tastier dough)


(What is an axolotl? Look here: [1], or ask Dr. Warren T. Void, your friendly horologist.)

A simple biscuit bread dough mix. You can make tons of this stuff, and you can shape it into anything you want, then tear it apart and eat it with friends and family. Some sample photos:

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For a really big batch of dough to play with, double the listed amount.

Mix it all together in a big mixing bowl, and start kneading with your hands. You can then cover your countertop with a thin layer of flour, dump it out on the counter, and keep on kneading with your hands or a rolling pin. Don't be afraid to beat it up! Work out your frustrations on this. If it gets too dry, add another half cup of water to the mixture.

Mold the dough into the shape you want – a loaf, a bowl, a stick figure, whatever you want. If you want to add garnishes or toppings such as fruit or vegetables, you can stick it in now.

Bake in the oven at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes.

– Recipe courtesy of Panik Bedlam