I used up my last “year’s supply” batch of soap while in China and I need to make some more now that I’m back here in the U.S. If you would like to join me and learn how, I’ll be doing it on the morning of January 4th. I’m still keeping this blog fairly anonymous, but if you are in Utah and want more information, feel free to email me (or call if you happen to have my new number) and I’d be happy to discuss details in a more private setting than on my public blog.
While there is an element of “adventure” in soap-making, it’s really not that hard and I guarantee that “even you” can learn to do it. It is a lot of fun and can become habit-forming if you’re not careful. Handmade soap is also a great way to always have some nice gifts on hand that are suitable for giving to anyone. At $3 to $4 U.S. in the stores, being able to make it for $.50 a bar is a steal.
Please let me know at least 2 days in advance if you want to come. I have no idea how many (if any) will show an interest in doing this. I just don’t want to have so many people in my kitchen that no one can see (or move – I’d hate to invite a lye spill – yikes!)
winner-winner, chicken dinner 🙂