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by Mike Hulbert,Keith Scott Morton,Christine Churchhill,Country Living

ePub Country Living Handmade Soaps Recipes for Crafting Soap at Home download
Author:
Mike Hulbert,Keith Scott Morton,Christine Churchhill,Country Living
ISBN13:
978-1588164148
ISBN:
1588164144
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Publisher:
Hearst Books (January 1, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Crafts & Hobbies
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Start by marking Country Living Crafting Soap at Home as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Whip up each batch using seven recipes for either the cold-process method or the melt-and-pour (or �hand-milled�) technique. Pamper the face with Patchouli Complexion Soap; bathe in the sensual aroma of a Sandalwood Body B Here�s everything you need to know about creating fabulous fragrant and rich-lathering soaps that use only natural ingredients and essential oils.

Gathers recipes for making homemade soap with such natural ingredients as aloe vera, oatmeal, lavender, rosemary. This book is a pretty good reference for a beginner soap maker. It covers three soap-making processes: cold process, hand (or French) milling (. rebatching), and melt and pour. This book has: 1. Sufficient detail for me, a complete novice, to have made a successful batch of cold process soap my first time.

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Gathers recipes for making homemade soap with such natural ingredients as aloe vera, oatmeal, lavender, rosemary, olive oil, sage, and peppermint. The recipes make great hard bars of soap! Highly recommended! A beautiful book, and easy to read. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. My first batch of soap was from the basic recipe in this book. It made nice hard bars with a good lather and excellent cleaning properties.

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  • I love this book, and actually took a class from the author. I guess for me, the book was supplemental to what I learned in class. I use my own receipes, and don't follow the receipes in the book, as I want my soap to reflect my blending style. I superfat a bit more, but you also have to know what you are doing, and I have over 5 years of experience making soap. I was introdued to calendula by taking Mike's class, and only have good things to say about what I learned. Do your homework and use the book as a guide, research carrier oils, and play... your recipes and modifications to recipes will change based on additional research. I learned so much from Mike and I am glad I bought the book.

  • I love this book. If you are new to soaping, it is a great first book, if you are more experienced, it is still a good reference. The soap recipes are easy and there is a variety.

  • I am a huge fan of anything Country Living and when I decided to make homemade soaps, I immediately put this in my wish list. Now that I have the book, I am a little disappointed. Having read other soap books written by people who actually know what they are talking about, it was easy to point out the mistakes the author makes. Some typos, false information (a recipe claims that sage is safe for baby's skin....NOT), and no pictures of actual soap making process lead me to believe that this is just another book that jumped on the bandwagon. The section on hair rinses, herbal baths, and oil infusions were nice additions. I would not recommend this for beginners or for people who want detailed descriptions of oil benfits and properties. There are many free soap recipes online. You should check this book out at your local library before purchasing.

  • Great product and service

  • Great recipes !

  • OK book. Delivered on time

  • i bought it used and it stll smells like cinammon great for doing all kinds of soaps!!!

  • I didn't really expect much when I read that it includes M&P recipes, but I was pleasantly surprised at how useful it looks!
    Most of the book is concerned with recipes for CP soapmaking, with seven basic recipes (5 all veggie oil, one tallow, one goat-milk & veggie oil) and several specialty recipes. Without actually sitting down and counting recipes, I'd estimate that it's about 75% CP recipes, 22% rebatch/remilled CP recipes, and 3% M&P and other misc recipes. Lots of good photos of the soaps that are REAL - their rebatch pictures look like the lumpy weird soap I get when I rebatch, which I found to be refreshingly honest.
    I haven't actually tried any of the recipes yet, but when I run them through online calculators they come up pretty good. I'll probably take 1-2% off the lye for several of the recipes to be at about 5-6% superfat, but there are a few I know I won't be changing.
    Basic instructions looked good, accurate and concise, but might be a bit sparse for brand-new soapers if they have trouble following written instructions without any photos. Not a lot of charts and tables on the oils themselves, this is more of a recipe book than a reference book. Not a lot of pages are wasted on pictures of gloves and thermometers and little jars of oil - in fact there are no pictures of equpipment at all which I count as a plus...does anybody NOT know what a pair of gloves or a jar of olive oil looks like?
    In addition to soap recipes, there are also a few stray recipes scattered in there for things such as hair rinse, laundry soap, bath tea, shower gel, how to infuse oils, dish soap, etc. All very simple, without a lot of bizarre or hard to find ingredients.
    I was also happy to see that almost every recipe is vegetarian, and uses all natural ingredients. No synthetic fragrance oils or colorings are included in any of these recipes.