Does glycerin freeze?

Answer Pure glycerin, a by-product of soap making used for lotions and moisturizing creams, freezes at 17 degrees Celsius (62.6 degrees Fahrenheit), turning into a gummy paste. Solutions of glycerin and w... Read More »

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Snap Freeze . How to snap freeze battered fried potato Chips ?

In a commercial setting they do this it is referred to a flash freezing it is hard to do at home as you need extremely cold temperatures for a short period and log period of mild freezing, what the... Read More »

About Glycerin?

Glycerin is a chemical compound and by-product of soap making and biodiesel. It is a nontoxic chemical that dissolves in water and alcohol. Glycerin is an impure compound, and related to the pure... Read More »

Uses for Glycerin?

Glycerin is a thick liquid that has a variety of uses. It's used both in industry and personal homes, and pure glycerin can be purchased in bottled form, while various household items containing gl... Read More »

Uses for Glycerin & Rosewater?

Glycerin and rosewater have been used by women in beauty products for generations. Glycerin is an alcoholic byproduct of the soap-making process and is known for its ability to lock moisture into t... Read More »