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 How to Make Soap From Bacon Fat?

Answer Before the creation of synthetic detergents, soap was typically made with wood ashes and oil, usually animal fat. Pork fat, or lard, remains a common ingredient in many homemade soap recipes. Lard ... Read More »
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Recipe for How to Make Glycerin Soap With Liquid Soap?

Glycerin is a thick liquid that has no smell or color and is commonly used in household and bath products. Glycerin is also used in some foods as a filler or thickening agent and has a slightly swe... Read More »
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How to Make Liquid Soap From Leftover Bar Soap Slivers?

Your bar soap will always whittle its way down to an unusable size. But simply throwing away those little morsels of soap is seriously wasteful. Instead, you can horde the little slivers as they we... Read More »
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Bacon Turkey Bacon Or Canadian Bacon Which do you like better?

Bacon and only bacon. I do not eat any of that other crap. I lovee bacon.Night Scooter! :)
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How to Make Liquid Soap from Soap Leftovers?

Making your own liquid soap by using up the soap leftovers has to be one of the ultimate frugal means for stretching resources! The resulting liquid soap is a delight and the mixture of soap scents... Read More »
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