Update Feb 2012: A lot of you seem to think this clay is oily so I have reduced the amount to 1/5 cup. The oil gives the clay some elasticity, so if the clay is a bit crumbly, then you may need to add more. I found this clay sometimes needed a lot of kneading to get it to stick together and be a flexible dough, depending on which flour I used. Please don't just dump all the ingredients into the bag and expect perfect results every time. Everyone uses different flour and oil - so you will need to experiment a little around the recipe to get a good clay. Please read my instructions on how to make playdough before you start.
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