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Max has got himself a sack of King Arthur brand all-purpose flour, and he’s using it to make patterns on wood.


They almost look like they could be paintings, like from the wall of an ancient cave in France, don’t you think?


Here’s how he’s doing it: first he mixes the flour with water to make a paste.


Then he applies the paste to the surface of the wood.


Then he blasts the heck out of it with a torch.