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I’ll eat anything pickled. Take the woodiest, stringiest vegetable – hell, take shoe leather – and soak it in brine for a while, and I’m fine with it. And since we seem to produce a lot of woody, stringy vegetables around here, pickling is the natural solution.    First came the beets. While the

So I tried to make training pants for G before we lost the potty training window of opportunity. But don’t worry a bribe of a jelly bean if you sit on…

Awesome super easy way to make a very small amount of pure olive oil castile soap in a plastic water bottle. Doesn't even require a heat source!

This article will show you how to make your own castile soap bars. Buying natural or organic soap is very expensive today and unfortunately the healthy choice

Whipped Soap - Room Temperature Cold Process Soap

Whip up Some Room Temperature Process Soap

Whip up some room temperature process soap: Let's Make Soap Whipped (Room Temperature) Soap

Pizza Stuffed Zucchini Boats - These healthy zucchini boats offer cheesy comfort without the guilt!

Pizza Stuffed Zucchini Boats

With marinara sauce, ground turkey and mozzarella cheese, these healthy zucchini boats offer cheesy comfort without the guilt! With the influx of football type. I added green and hot peppers and garlic

Wrangler Jelly ~ 1 20 oz can of crushed pineapple 3 jalapenos, ground (only one with seeds) 1/2 t. cayenne pepper 4 cup sugar 1 pk powdered pectin (sure jel)

Wrangler Jelly aka a Pineapple Jalapeno Jelly. 1 can of crushed pineapple 3 jalapenos, ground (only one with seeds) t. cayenne pepper 4 cup sugar 1 pk powdered pectin (sure jel)

Storing onions, garlic, and shallots in punched paper bags can keep them fresh for months. onions_storage2.jpg

How to Store Onions, Garlic & Shallots

Store Onions, Garlic, and Shallots in a bag punched with holes. they will be as fresh and firm in three months as they were the day you purchased them! You could reuse paper bags from the grocery store for this.

Soapmaking Troubleshooting!   Overheating Every soapmaker will come across overheating issues at one time or another. Maybe you get in a hurry and mix your soap when the oils and lye are too hot. Or perhaps you purchase a new mold and over insulate it. It happens to us all!  Overheating is also common when soaping with any

Soapmaking Troubleshooting

Botched soap batches, common issues, how to fix soap, overheating, separating and other common issues while making soap.

Shredded soap. Re-batching failed soap.

Re-batching failed soap.

How to tattoo soap - great gift idea! Personalize for the holidays too!

How to tattoo soap - great gift idea! Personalize for the holidays too. Looks like a fun stocking stuffer gift

100 Ingredient Substitutions, egg= 1T ground flaxseed and water. hmmm...good to know

Ingredient Substitutions

100 Emergency Recipe Substitutions If you're missing an ingredient while cooking or baking, check in here for our comprehensive list of ingredient substitutions.

Rosehip Oil: the Anti-Aging Oil? - Dr. Axe

Rosehip Oil: the Anti-Aging Oil?

No fillers or preservatives. An all natural, non-greasy miracle moisturizer rich in skin loving vitamins, anti-oxidants and essent, its great to add to the skincare routine

Making Milled Soap Step2B

DIY Milled Soap

Have you ever wondered what French Milled Soap was? Well, a customer question How do I French Mill Soap? came into the Wholesales Supplies .

Millers Soap! This is the best site if your interested in making homemade soap! Working with Lie the first time scared me but now that I've done it its a piece of cake and I'll never go back to store bought soap again!

HOME SOAPMAKING info! This lady's site (Miller's Homemade Soap Pages) is all about DIY soapmaking, with plenty of recipes and tips. You can even buy some of her homemade soaps.

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