How to make your own plant based dyes: DIY
Japanese Milk Bread STORY
Light and tender texture
Stays soft longer
Moist and full of flavor
Serve with butter or honey.
Great bread for sandwiches
This incredible, pillowy soft bread begins with a starter called Tangzhong and ends with the most awesome bread you will ever taste.
Mix everything together
Put your whole pits into the bottom of the pot. Add enough water to cover the fabric that will be dyed.
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Give it time
Remember not to boil the pigment for too long, it's the time not the heat that produces the richest hues.
Let it dry overnight
Remove the fabric from the dye bath and rinse gently in the sink and hang the dyed fabric to dry overnight.
Your plant dyed fabrics are now ready for use!
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