How to slim your belly slime recipe
This week, a new trick from our favorite slime makers has been making its way around the web: a little bit of sugar.
The idea is to create a thick layer of sugar in the middle of your slime.
Once the sugar is there, it helps to bind the sugar to the water.
This technique is great for adding extra crunch to your slime, as it makes it a bit more slippery.
But it’s also incredibly easy to mess up.
I just added too much sugar, and my slime didn’t feel quite as slippery.
I used to be pretty strict about my slime recipes, and I’m glad to report that it’s not all that hard to make.
The ingredients are all the same, so you’ll probably be able to whip up a few slime recipes on your own if you’ve got a kitchen that can do the work.
Here are some of the most common slime recipes I’ve come across:The secret to making your slime slippery?
Using a small amount of sugarThis trick can be done in a number of different ways, and it’s easy to get the hang of.
I used to make my slime using a small bit of vanilla extract, and a little sugar.
The vanilla extract gives the slime a subtle, buttery flavor, while the sugar adds a nice softness to the texture.
Here’s how to make your slime taste just like a buttery vanilla bean.