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In the post Make Your Own Wood Ash Lye Soap we talked about making soap the really, really old fashioned way. The soap in this post is not quite that old fashioned, but is a homestead soap made from rendered fat (lard) from our pigs we recently slaughtered and goats milk from our does. Instead of…
From the farm
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