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3 hours ago Frugallysustainable.com Show details
The solution is a strong lye soap. And trust me when I say, making a batch of homemade lye soap does not have to be complicated. Read on. Lye …
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2 hours ago Soapshed.com Show details
Lye Soap - Homemade Lye Soap The Appalachian Cure All Yup, we actually make the true, oldfashioned homemade Lye Soap, made with lye and lard and nuthin' else, not even any of that sweet smellin' stuff that's in all the other soaps …
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Plain Old Fashioned Lye Soap. 1 can Red Devil lye (10 and 3/4 oz. can) 2 1/2 pints of distilled water in a glass jar. 10 cups lard or beef tallow (I …
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3 hours ago Everyday-wisdom.com Show details
Grandma's Homemade Lye Soap Recipe. There are numerous recipes for homemade lye soap. Below is a very basic one that is easy to use for any beginner. Basic items needed to make your own soap: 4-6 quart Pyrex or oven …
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8 hours ago Humblebeeandme.com Show details
acid unites with the soda lye, forming a salt, which is regarded as soap. By the addition of sodium chloride, this (the soap) is separated and swims on the residual liquid as "kern," or granulated soap. Good soaps were formerly made only from animal fats, but some of the vegetable oils or fats have been found to also make excellent soap.
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8 hours ago Wideopeneats.com Show details
Lye is used in many soap recipes and cleansers, usually mixed in with oils and animal fats like beef fat to produce soap. This useful substance …
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4 hours ago Basicsoapmaking.com Show details
Lye ― Water Solution. 78 grams lye (sodium hydroxide) 228 grams distilled water. *Please note this recipe will make a soap with very little bubbles. Additive and scent at light trace. 30 to 50 grams of your favorite essential oils or fragrance oils (you will need a bottle of 30 to 60 milliIitres the equivalent of 1 to 2 fluid ounces).
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1 hours ago Livingonadime.com Show details
Each oil uses lye differently so you need to do this every time you change your lye soap recipe and add or take away oils. Everything is measured by weight. This lye soap recipe is one of my most basic homemade soap recipes. You can find …
3 hours ago Offthegridnews.com Show details
How to Craft Good Old-fashioned Soap Directly in Your Pan. Old-fashioned soap. For all the campers out there, many likely have already …
6 hours ago Clickamericana.com Show details
Side photo: Making lye soap at Ozark Heritage Days, 2005. Photographed by Bryan Culpepper for NPS. Basic old-timer’s way to make …
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3 hours ago Livetheoldway.com Show details
The recipe I use for a 2 pound batch of goats milk soap is: 139 grams of granulated lye, 345 grams of frozen goats milk (frozen keeps it from curdling …
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1 hours ago Share-recipes.net Show details
Soap, Salve, and Saurkraut: Old Fashioned Lye Soap. 9 hours ago Old Fashioned Lye Soap This soap actually goes by many names - Lye Soap, Amish Soap, Appalachian Cure All, and Hunter's Soap are some I can think of off-hand. It's probably the oldest and simplest of recipes for soap.About the only thing that has changed about this recipe over the last hundreds, or …
7 hours ago Soapshed.com Show details
Lye Soap, made with lye and lard and nuthin' else, not even any of that sweet smellin' stuff that's in all the other soaps we sell. Our customers have taught us well - there's nothing quite like this lye soap recipe for stopping the spread of …
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2 hours ago Countryfarm-lifestyles.com Show details
Traditional Method of Making Lye using a Wooden Barrel. Take an old wine barrel and make sure that it is clean. Steaming it will give good results. Elevate it so that you can then place a bucket or similar underneath the leaching hole at the …
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8 hours ago Grandpappy.org Show details
Lye crystals significantly reduced the time required to make soap and they also yielded consistent batches of good usable soap. Method 2 - Lye Crystals: Some modern soap making recipes recommend boiling down the brown lye water until nothing remains except lye crystals, and then saving the lye crystals in a safe container for future use.
2 hours ago Therecipes.info Show details
Lye Soap Recipe. Making soap at home using traditional ingredients is much easier than you might expect! Soap Ingredients. 2 pounds fat (choose between: tallow, lard, or sustainably-sourced, organic palm oil) filtered, pure water; lye, 0-1% excess fat (Note: Depending on the fats used the amount of lye will differ.
9 hours ago Millersoap.com Show details
It is an easy matter to make fine soap flakes and chips with lye soap. Rub three day old soap over a soap chipper or vegetable shredder. Stir occasionally while drying. To make powder, first flake or chip the soap and dry in warm oven (150º F.). When thoroughly dry, pulverize it. Soap containing borax makes quick sudsing powder.
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6 hours ago Foothills.media Show details
Red Devil lye, or a similar brand. (You can skip this part but it firms the soap up and makes it last longer.) Ashes. Hardwoods make the best ashes for soap. Directions: Boil the water and ash together for 30 minutes or so. Let the ashes settle at the bottom and skim the lye off the top. Then you boil that liquid until an egg will float on top.
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3 hours ago Helloglow.co Show details
Slowly pour the lye/water into the oils. Place your immersion blender in the pot, making sure the blade is completely submerged in the …
9 hours ago Georgiasoaps.blogspot.com Show details
Old Fashioned Lye Soap This soap actually goes by many names - Lye Soap, Amish Soap, Appalachian Cure All, and Hunter's Soap are some I can think of off-hand. It's probably the oldest and simplest of recipes for soap. About the only thing that has changed about this recipe over the last hundreds, or possibly thousands, of years is the lye
4 hours ago Iamcountryside.com Show details
Pour soap made with 100 percent lard into heat-proof containers that can also be used in the bathroom. Pour the 40-40-20 recipe into prepared soap molds. If using cold-process methods, allow the soap to gel in a safe, out-of-the-way place until the lye dissipates. *Always input figures into a trusted soap/lye calculator before beginning any recipe.
8 hours ago Thesprucecrafts.com Show details
25% Coconut. 20% Olive. 5% Castor. So for a nice, hard, white bar of soap, just like Granny used to make, use one of these combinations of oils, or create your own soap recipe using combinations of these oils. If you want to use your tried and true recipe, but want it whiter, add some Titanium Dioxide to the batch.
1 hours ago Frontporchindiana.blogspot.com Show details
Making Old-Fashioned Lye Soap I've always wanted to make a batch of old-fashioned soap, just like Grandma would have made. Nothing fancy, just plain and simple soap. But then I read all about it and decided I didn't really need to make my own lye from wood ashes. Nor did I feel a burning desire to render my own fat.
5 hours ago Simplelifemom.com Show details
Pour the lye into the water (more below) Prepare mold (add wax paper if necessary) Weigh essential oils according to recipe, set aside. When fats and lye both reach about 100° F, pour lye into pot of oil and stir. Use blender on 5 minutes, stir by hand 5 minutes, etc. on and off until trace.
8 hours ago Johnnyskitchen.us Show details
By "toilet" soap, the old-timers meant soap using fat from butchering rather than drippings; it was a whiter, better-quality soap. "Saddle soap" meant an all-mutton or beef tallow soap. Such a soap was valuable as a cleaner and preserver of leather. Six pounds of fat and 1 can of lye will make about 9 lb. of soap.
6 hours ago Frugalandthriving.com.au Show details
Weigh your caustic soda according to the recipe from the soap calculator. Melt the lard in a pot on the stove until it reaches between 37°C and 51°C. In a well ventilated area, …
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Stir lye and water until thoroughly dissolved, Being sure to stir lye into the water, and not dumping water onto lye in the crock. 2. Add warm melted lard to lye water. Stir evenly and constantly till somewhat thickened. Then add borax and ammonia. Stir slowly for 5 minutes till well mixed and thick, like honey. 3.
7 hours ago Feltmagnet.com Show details
Ingredients. 5 lbs lard* 10 oz lye; 28 oz water *When purchasing your lard, make sure it is lard and not tallow. Tallow can be used for soap making too, but different fats can require different ratios of lye.
2 hours ago Herbariasoap.com Show details
Old-Fashioned Lye Soap is great for bathing, shampooing, and washing clothes. Its only scent is the pure, clean soap smell, aka unscented. The age-old soap-making process we use creates a bar that is moisturizing, lathers well and is long-lasting. Our Plain Soap Base. We don't want to brag, but this is probably a finer soap than Grandma used to
Old Fashioned Lye Liquid Soap.This soap is made purely of beef tallow. Beef fat that I purchased and rendered down myself to make usable for soap. To see one
9 hours ago Motherearthnews.com Show details
To make lye in the kitchen, boil the ashes from a hardwood fire (soft woods are too resinous to mix with fat) in a little soft water, rain water is best, for about half an hour.
3 hours ago Newlifeonahomestead.com Show details
Next, they would boil the lye and tallow in a large cast iron kettle, and stir until the mixture thickened. Then they would pour it into old dishes or gourds or anything they could find to make a mold, and let it sit until it was almost all the way hardened. Once removed from the molds, the soap was cut into squares (or cakes) and left to sit
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8 hours ago Heartseasecottage.typepad.com Show details
I sometimes make my own laundry bars using my grandmother's old recipe for lye soap. I remember Nonnie making and using this soap. She used left over bacon grease and after awhile the soap began to smell a bit greasy even though she rendered the grease and strained off the bacony bits.
3 hours ago Motherearthnews.com Show details
The first step in soap-making is to dissolve the lye in cold water – half of your water can be ice! The oils are then melted. Oils/fats can be animal or plant-derived. Animal fats include lard
2 hours ago Lifestyle.howstuffworks.com Show details
When the fats come into contact with the lye, a chemical reaction called saponification takes place. This occurs when the triglycerides (fat) and lye are combined and react to form fatty acid metal salts (the soap) and a soap byproduct (glycerol). The base solution forces the soap to coagulate without dissolving in the water. Once this happens, the …
4 hours ago Lyecalc.com Show details
Advanced and beginner soap making calculator for soapmakers. Create solid, liquid and cream soaps. Save your recipes with pictures and add custome ingredients & instructions to share online. Join the web's best soap making community.
3 hours ago Thesoapguy.com Show details
All of our olive oil soap here at the soap guy is made with the finest olive and absolutely no animal products and we call our soap lye soap all day long. We have a very nice list of soapmakers who actually make the old fashioned lye soap that I have described. Go ahead and check the other categrories to gett an idea of what they are offering.
5 hours ago Livetheoldway.com Show details
Homestead Lard Soap – 2 lbs. – approx. 10 bars. 907 grams lard. 345 grams frozen goats milk. 122 grams granulated lye. 2 teaspoons dried Thyme leaves or generous palmful of fresh. 3 Tablespoons raw Honey. Measure out lard into crockpot set on “High”. While lard is melting, put frozen milk in a glass bowl and slowly sprinkle in lye
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2 hours ago Greatcakessoapworks.com Show details
Lye Soap by Great Cakes Soapworks That’s what Autumn of Autumn Asks Why set out to discover. I sent her three bars of my Old-Fashioned Lye Soap several weeks ago for her experiment. Autumn’s recipe is a combination of washing soda, borax, oxygen booster, and grated bar soap.
3 hours ago Jettskitchen.com Show details
Smooth out the top of the 10″ mold and make some swirl designs on top if desired using a spatula or fork. Gently wrap each mold with a towel and then place a towel over both and set in a draft free area for 24 hours. Gently remove soap from molds by inverting mold and gently pushing on the bottom until soap falls out.
5 hours ago Herbariasoap.com Show details
“Lye soap” is a colloquial term for soap as the pioneers made it. Technically, it refers to the cold process method of using lye to turn fats into soap. At Herbaria, we use lye with vegetable oils such as olive oil for every bar we make. All our soaps are lye soaps. For greater detail about our soap making, see All-Natural Ingredients.
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3 hours ago Savvyhomemade.com Show details
Method. Step 1: In a separate container, mix the clay with a couple of teaspoons of distilled water and set it aside for later. Step 2: Follow the steps …
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To make lye, wood ashes were saved. Hardwood ashes were preferred, as many soft woods would not make good lye. Fat rinds, drippings, grease and boiled-down entrails were used in making soap. Usually, enough soap was made at one time to last a year. Bones were also used, as lime improved the quality of the soap.
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Instructions to Make Lye Soap Take ½ of the freezing water and convert it into ice cubes. Once the cubes are ready, take the water as well as the ice cubes in the 1-2 quart oven ware bowl. After this, wear your rubber gloves and slowly add lye into this water.
There is no such thing as soap made without lye. In the finished bar of soap, there is no lye because it mixes with the fats (oils, lard, whatever you use) and saponifies, making soap. But you do have to use it as an ingredient when making soap. If you try adding goat milk to melt and pour, it will probably go rancid.
This homemade lye soap is an Appalachian tradition, with its historical use including the elimination of head and body lice, bed bugs, mites, as well as general household and floor cleaning.
The answer is -- of course. No lye -- No soap! All REAL soap is made with lye (sodium hydroxide mixed with liquid). Any skin or hair cleansing product made without sodium hydroxide is not soap, it is detergent.