Step 1: Background (skip to recipe below)
(As in one cup flour and 4 cups water.) This ratio is suitable for glue, and when dry it will appear fairly clear, so it is the ratio I will use.
Wheatpaste is known to be just as strong as diluted white glue (stronger than straight glue) when used on paper or pours materials.
White flour is recommended over whole wheat flour, although whole wheat can be used. Whole wheat contains all parts of the wheat: fiber, protein, and endosperm. White flour has been processed to contain only the endosperm which is almost entirely starch.
Step 2: Basic Recipe
Whisk constantly to prevent chunks from forming.
Heat to just below a boil until it has reached the desired consistency.
The glue can now be used immediately. If you plan to use your glue when it has cooled, be sure to make the glue a little thinner than you want it, because it will thicken up. Also, glue feels a lot less disgusting on your hands when it's not cold.
You should use the glue soon, because un-dried glue will start to smell after a couple days if nothing is added to prolong its shelf life.