|Made with palm, coconut, olive, canola oils with a spattering of Mango Butter|
and several pours of essential Lavender and Geranium Rose
Smells great but looks like the moon's surface. Indigo and woad powders
are due credit for the bizarre colors.
Yet, warrior that I am, I am in the midst of rifling through piles of paper that should have been organized months ago but was not, convinced I can get it all together before The Man enters the farm. Perhaps if I soaped less...
|Same soap, smaller piece next to gifted shell I adore. Obviously the two were|
separated at trace. Colors of the sea all for me all for me.
BUT, I need a break from Livestock Input Inventory Update and Farm: Update Organic System Plan Form (to name just two of the required forms) Therefore, I will post about that which makes me smile, soap. Because the long and short plan of it is, organic inspection paperwork may be necessary, but it does nothing to rev my engine.
|Or perhaps the soap and my bathroom tile were once one and the same.|
Either way, I kept only half the batch and hot processed/rebatched the rest.
This weeks experiment was on the bluesy side, love playing with the blues. So I mixed woad powder with some raw soap and then some indigo with more raw soap and got a really hard and great smelling bar that looked , well, different. I liked it some, then muchly, then against my better judgement I threw half the bars in a crock pot and cooked them like a Sunday roast. Plopped it in the mold and poured some cold process soap on top.