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on: February 10, 2009 09:58:29 AM 
Started by mullerslanefarm, Message by mullerslanefarm
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Being last weekend was such a tease of spring, I thought what better to soap than with ....
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A month or so ago, I stewed up a bunch of yard birds that were really too old the freeze for roasting or frying.  There was a wonderful golden layer of chicken oil on top of the stewing water.  Waste not, want not so into a canning jar it went.  I used a double boiler (canning jar in pan of water) to gently warm the oil, then strained it for storage.

In my usual soap recipe, I substituted part of the lard and part of the sweet almond oil with the chicken oil.

All y'all have already seen the final result ... you just didn't know that the Pepper Zest was actually a 'Spring Chicken' soap!!

 
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