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International Tweens - SPRING18

Uplifting Lifestyle Magazine for Today's 8-14 Year Olds.

Do it yourself Let's

Do it yourself Let's make natural food colouring Most food colourings can be made in a few steps. The ingredients listed below are our suggestions. Feel free to try! Chop a cup of ingredients. Mix them in blender/food processor/juicer OR boil in a sauce pan adding water as needed until smooth. Use a sieve to separate liquids from solids. Cool down (if boiled) and then liquids are ready to use! Purplish blue Red Orange Yellow Green You can make purplish blue by using one of these ingredients: Blueberries Red cabbage (boiled), add baking soda to get a bluer hue Purple sweet potatoes Dark grapes or concentrated grape juice You can make red and orange-ish colouring by using one of these ingredients: Pomegranates Paprika powder Tomatoes Beetroots Carrots You can make yellow colouring by using one of these ingredients: Saffron Tumeric powder You can make green colouring by using one of these ingredients: Spinach Mocha powder Kale or any edible green leaves (boiled) *You can save unused liquids by storing them in airtight bottles for up to 2 weeks in a refrigerator. TIP: Try making other colours with ingredients such as coffee or edible flowers. INTERNATIONAL TWEENS SPECIAL 2018 - LEARN TO MAKE NATURAL FOOD COLOURING.

have been making natural food People from plants and minerals since colourings ancient times. Colours from natural the are much healthier than the food ones. We have created a simple artificial to help you make your own natural chart colourings at home. Use your own food to make rainbow food or even colourings slime, and share the photos of your DIY with us! creations Learn to make Natural food colouring By Olivia Cruz 32