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informative, Smart Soapmaking is a must for anyone who would like to try their hand at this traditional craft Library Bookwatch Midwest Book Review , Jan 2007Way overdue A gift of common sense caution, proven methods, tried and true shortcuts, and some excellent recipes as well, for both the professional experienced soapmaker and the eager beginner Deb Petersen, Shepherds Soap Co., Shelton, WashingtonA great book for beginners, with clear and easy instructions Anne Marie Faiola, Bramble Berry Inc., Bellingham, WashingtonI learned from Smart Soapmaking than from any other soaping book, and I have read quite a few Its written with the average person in mind, not a chemistry major Directions are very simple and easy to understand It really takes the mystery out of making soap Jackie Pack, Stuart, VirginiaWritten in an easy, casual style that reminded me of an in person soapmaking class The information is practical, helpful, and easy to understand Barb Miller, Millers Homemade Soaps, Westfield, PennsylvaniaThe directions are practical than in other soapmaking books Ive read I was also happy to see how many great sources for materials and information the book provided The book will save soapmakers a lot of time and effort Pamela Paine, Butternut Creek Farm Soaps, Dorset, OhioWritten with a delightful voice and humor Kathy Miller, Millers Homemade Soap Pages, Silverdale, WashingtonI wish Smart Soapmaking had been my first book on soap It simplifies the process, and it just makes sense Covers several months worth of questions Phyllis Driggs, Liberty, IndianaExcellent Easy to read, practical, down to earth Performs the greatly needed service of dispelling myths, which it does with a sense of humor Loretta Liefveld, Natures Wild Child, Rancho Cucamonga, CaliforniaBRILLIANT to find the recipes are in grams as well as ounces Jude Birch, Aussie Soap Supplies, Bicton, West AustraliaAs a long time soapmaker, I can highly recommend this book and wish that it had been written when I was first starting out Walks you through from start to finish in a logical and practical way, whether you are new to this wonderful world of soapmaking or have been doing it for years tenzicut, Down to the Roots MagazineThe simplest, most delightful book on soapmaking I read it in two days and was ready to buy my soapmaking supplies Theresa Powers, Joyous Home, Castle Rock, ColoradoGroundbreaking Anne L Watson is the universally respected and loved author crafter curator of this lost art for thousands of aspiring soapers Unquestionably the best book with which to begin To be precise, its probably the most accessible, most reader friendly, and most immediately useful container of information a first time soapmaker could hope to find Wishing Willow blog Smart Soapmaking finally got me over the hump of fearing lye I think Anne Watson is the Elizabeth Zimmermann of the soap world a frugal, common sense gal, who says, Dont overcomplicate things Just make soap Amanda Blake Soule, author, The Creative Family and Handmade Home, Soule Mama blog , Feb 7, 2012This is the book I wish I had read first, years ago Anne explains the basic tools and steps of soap making better than any other basic book on the market today and in doing so, dispels many of the old time myths and fears of soap making Simply written and illustrated, with a deep experience and wisdom infused through every page David Fisher, About.com CONTENTSA FEW FIRST THOUGHTSSUPERSTITIONS GALORE Myths About Soap and Soapmaking WHAT IS SOAP, ANYWAY What It Is and What Goes Into It WHAT DO I USE TO MAKE IT Gathering the Equipment You Need Recipe Annes Shea Butter SupremeSTEP BY STEP SOAPMAKING From Prep to Cleanup and Beyond MORE RECIPES Different Soaps You Can Try Recipe All Veggie Grocery Store Soap 1Recipe All Veggie Grocery Store Soap 2Recipe Grocery Store Shortening SoapRecipe Non Veggie Grocery Store SoapRecipe Olive Palm SoapRecipe Chriss Avocado SoapRecipe Aarons Hazelnut SoapRecipe Almond Facial SoapRecipe Annes Longer Lasting SoapDESIGNING YOUR OWN How to Create Great Recipes Chart INS Values TableGETTING YOUR SOAP IN SHAPE How to Choose or Make a Mold WRAPPING IT UP Lovely Packaging for Your Soap WHY WHY WHY Frequently Asked Questions A FEW FINAL THOUGHTSRESOURCES FROM THE INTRODUCTION One thing that puzzles new soapmakers is instructions to stir your soap mixture till it shows a condition called trace This is described as when the mixture is so thick that, if you dribble a bit of the mixture back into the pot, a trace of what you dribble will remain on the surface.Beginning soapmaking books often contain close up photos of soap at trace I remember squinting at many of them, trying to figure it all out When I started making soap, I made two successful batches, fretting about trace the whole time The soap came out fine, but I was sure I was doing something wrong I hadnt seen anything that looked like the photos.It was my good luck to have a friend who had been a high school chemistry teacher When I phoned and told her about my difficulties with trace, she asked what it was I was surprised a chemist didnt know, but I explained as best I could.There was a brief silence Of course I couldnt see her, but she was probably rubbing her forehead which she does when anyone says something that makes no sense.Finally, she said, You dont need to worry about that If you just measure correctly, control the temperature, and mix your ingredients well, youll get soap.I decided to follow her advice, and Ive never lost a batch of soap Follow mine, and you wont either.But why the difference Are all those soap books wrong Not really With hand stirring, you do have to look for trace Thats because saponification the chemical reaction that creates soap has to thicken the mixture to that point before you can stop stirring and pour it into the mold Otherwise, some of the fat and the lye solution could still separate, leaving the reaction incomplete.But in modern craft soapmaking, hand stirring is most often replaced by use of a stick blender This blends the fat and the lye solution so rapidly and thoroughly that they quickly get mixed down to a microscopic level That not only gets the mixture saponifying a whole lot faster, it also helps hold the fat and the lye solution together while its happening.Of course, the chemistry is complicated than that, but the bottom line is that you dont have to wait for the mixture to thicken all the way to trace before pouring it into the mold It will get there after you pour it.How do you know when you can stop blending Dont worry, Ill describe the signs for you Youll be able to tell by sight, by sound, and even by temperature Yes, youll be able to gauge it with a thermometerGOT A QUESTION JUST ASK ME A NOTE FROM ANNELets face it No author can think of every single question you might have while reading the book No matter how clear and complete it is, theres always a chance youll find something you dont quite get or that doesnt quite fit your situation So, what do you do If the book is one of mine, you can go to my Web site and ask me direct Ill be glad to help But you might want to look through the rest of the book first, since the answer might come up later maybe in the FAQ at the end I also use my Web site to describe new things Im wondering about and trying and exploring So, please do take a look SOAP AND LOTION BOOKS BY ANNE L WATSONSMART SOAPMAKING The Simple Guide to Making Traditional Handmade Soap Quickly, Safely, and Reliably, or How to Make Luxurious Handcrafted Soaps for Family, Friends, and Yourself Whether youve made melt and pour soap and want to move on or youve made traditional soap with slow, outmoded methods or youve never made a bar in your life youll find Smart Soapmaking practical, helpful, and refreshing Written by a former professional soapmaker, this book explodes the myths about soapmaking and shows you how to make luxurious soap from scratch with the least fuss and bother.MILK SOAPMAKING The Smart and Simple Guide to Making Lovely Milk Soap From Cow Milk, Goat Milk, Buttermilk, Cream, Coconut Milk, or Any Other Animal or Plant Milk Anne continues her soapmaking revolution with the first practical, comprehensive book on making milk soap Experience the rich, soothing, luxurious feel of milk soap youve made yourself Your skin will thank you for it.SMART LOTIONMAKING The Simple Guide to Making Luxurious Lotions, or How to Make Lotion Thats Better Than You Buy and Costs You Less After helping tens of thousands of beginners learn to make soap, Anne continues her handcraft cosmetics revolution with the first practical, comprehensive book on making lotion Whether you want to make lotion for personal use or to sell, Anne allays any fears with methods that are proven safe and approved by experts, yet simple and easy enough to perform in your kitchen.CASTILE SOAPMAKING The Smart and Simple Guide to Making Lovely Castile Soap Quickly, Safely, and Reliably Anne offers the first practical book on making Castile soap at home With the secrets revealed in this advanced guide, youll be making lovely, quick curing, lather rich Castile with no trouble at all.COOL SOAPMAKING The Smart and Simple Guide to Low Temp Tricks for Making Soap with Milk, Citrus, Cucumber, Pine Tar, Beer, Wine, and Other Special Ingredients Anne extends the low temp techniques from her book Milk Soapmaking to making soap from a variety of special ingredients Soaps that have long challenged home soapmakers will now pose no problem at all. citrussoaps Writing, Photography, Soapmaking July Citrus Soaps Soapmaking as a Business Projects, Experiments, and Investigations couple of small mysteries For soapmaking directions, if needed, please see one my books, Smart or Milk SoapmakingOr use another reputable source directions Understanding SoapCalc s Soap Quality Numbers Modern Having hard time understanding numbers Let demystify them by talking about how they are calculated what really mean The best soap recipe ever is holy grail soapmaking, you on hunt for it, I ve got secret formulating perfectLM Montgomery Anne Green Gables Good Stars Shirley thirteen years old finds that life in Avonlea never simple Torn between her free spirited nature own perceived need to become sensible, the journey toward goal fraught with confusion than few unfortunate yet amusing mishaps LM Stars CFA Catalog Fees Dues Annual Club Dues A club fee membership insurance surcharge current list must be received Central Office February each year order eligible vote CFA elections Smart Soapmaking: The Simple Guide to Making Soap Quickly, Safely, and Reliably, or How to Make Luxurious Soaps for Family, Friends, and Yourself (Anne's Soap Making Books)


    • Smart Soapmaking: The Simple Guide to Making Soap Quickly, Safely, and Reliably, or How to Make Luxurious Soaps for Family, Friends, and Yourself (Anne's Soap Making Books)
    • 2.1
    • 99
    • Paperback
    • 116 pages
    • Anne L Watson
    • English
    • 09 July 2018

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