How do you make colored rice for sensory play?

Chef's answer
  • Fill a zip-up bag with 1 cup of rice and 1 teaspoon of vinegar.
  • Scoop or pour about 1/8 teaspoon food coloring into the bag.
  • Zip the bag shut.
  • Squeeze the bag and mix the rice all around until the food coloring is well distributed.
  • Add more food coloring to reach the desired color.
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