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Old 08-22-2009, 05:33 PM   #1
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i finally soaped what i had in mind since the beginning. being vegan, i saw the wonderful goats milk soaps but wanted to have a vegan alternative. these are coconut soy creme soaps. olive oil, coconut oil, soy milk which i made myself, coconut fragrance oil and grapefruit seed extract. i'm pleased with the results. no discoloration and they smell great



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Yes, absolutely beautiful! (Wondering how to make soy milk)


 
 
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They look fantastic , way to go .


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Old 08-22-2009, 07:07 PM   #4
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they look beautiful! way to go!
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Very beautiful! I can't believe you made your own soy milk! Beautiful color too.
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oo have you got your own soya milk maker? I've been eying those up for ages. How much soya milk did you use? They look amazing. Perfect cut and shape too.
 
 
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yes i have my own soy milk maker which i use a lot....i love it! it's was pricey but i save sooo much money as compared to buying commercially made soy milk. i bought 60 lbs of soy beans which cost me $36.00 at an asian maket. this will last me at least a year, probably longer. i use the soy quick 930P soy milk maker and it works well.
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Old 08-23-2009, 04:05 AM   #8
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what a lovely creamy looking batch of soapies!

nicely done!
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yes i have my own soy milk maker which i use a lot....i love it! it's was pricey but i save sooo much money as compared to buying commercially made soy milk. i bought 60 lbs of soy beans which cost me $36.00 at an asian maket. this will last me at least a year, probably longer. i use the soy quick 930P soy milk maker and it works well.
Sheesh,is that what they do these days! Lucky ducks! I remember soaking/grinding/soaking/blending/straining...aaahhhhh!!!! What a PITA! and tofu was that and more! Decided it wasn't worth it in the end.We've had organic/springwater/non-gmo tofu here in Australia for 20yrs or so.MUCH easier than do-it-yrself! Now don't get me started on the wheatgrass juice!


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