After much contemplation, I have made a minor change to the schedule of mini-sessions I will be presenting at the Anderson County Emergency Preparedness Fair in Clinton, TN this Saturday. I am concerned about the logistics of transport, set up, storage during the event, etc. of the lye-water that is necessary to make soap, and the raw soap after it is made. Maybe in the future I can make it happen, but since this is my first year, I was afraid I may be getting in over my head with trying to plan such a feat. So instead, I will be demonstrating how to make your own laundry soap, using my handmade goat milk soap. I will discuss the supplies needed, measurements, and how to use the laundry soap. I will also provide a limited number of free samples of the laundry soap, to those who attend the demonstration.
I hope to see you all there!
Hi, my name is Nicole and my friends think I'm crazy. I love farming, and my methods can be non-traditional at times, but I love simple living, I love playing in the dirt, and I love life.
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