And the winner is.....
Mar. 25th, 2010 @ 07:44 am
|Date:||March 28th, 2010 11:57 am (UTC)|| |
Verna - Don't waste your time on hot-process. Cold-process gives a much better and longer lasting soap. And don't believe the old saw that you have to "Cure" your soap for 6 weeks to get the lye processed - if the formula is right, it will all be gone as soon as you unmold it in 24 hours - the 6 weeks is just to let the bar get harder as the water evaporates out. And it can do that on the shelf as you use it. Before you start, let me create a recipe for you that will work, and arrange to call me so I can over it with you. (I have made GM soap before - I just don't have access to fresh, so I use cow cream instead.)
Oh, YES! Thank you SO MUCH! I would really appreciate that!
We had a thought yesterday about marketing. :giggle: We're going to use the Cashmere milk for soap...think of the marketing angle! Doesn't matter it's the same stuff that the Nubians produce....:lol: (Yes, I live in the land of the Snobs. "Cashmere :sniff: is SO much better than....:pause: Wool.") We're thinking Cashmere cheeses, too.....my sense of the absurd hit the wall last night with all the angles. :snicker:
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