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I tried out one of the recipes for gluten free play dough in the book "Incredible Edible Gluten-Free Food for Kids: 150 Family-Tested Recipes" but found that it took a lot of the ingredients and made a lot of mess to make a small batch. And, it never quite became unsticky. There are also recipes in "Kids with Celiac Disease : A Family Guide to Raising Happy, Healthy, Gluten-Free Children"

by Danna Korn. Both are great books, but I ended up buying gluten free play dough online at http://www.discountschoolsupply.com/produc...7566&redir=true

It seems expensive, but you get a lot and don't have to go through the mess and time of making it yourself. I send the bucket with my daughter to her playgroup and all the kids use it.

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I make a gluten-free play dough for my daughter to play with and I provide enough for her pre-k class as well. I had thought about selling it, but so far I haven't figured out how to go about doing that.

I'm not interested in making a profit on it, just wanting to provide a ready made dough for busy families that may not have time to make it themselves. Since I am thinking about selling this, and my formula is proprietary, I can't just post it here, but if you are interested you can e-mail me at nisla@comcast.net

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I just received my order of Gluten Free Play Dough from Discount School Supply. My order was shipped quickly and the product is very nice. It is a large amount of Dough, so I put half of it away in zip lock bags and then in another sealed container. There is probably enough play dough in one order to share with a small preschool room. I would definitely recommend this product.

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I am new to the gluten-free diet and this topic is completely new to me! Is it absolutely necessary for Celiac children to not use regular Playdoh?? I had no idea and would be interested to know so I can get some gluten-free Playdoh right away.

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You should get gluten free playdough. Kids play with it and they put their hands on their face and mouth and it's easy to get some gluten into their mouth.

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