I am not insisting because I know what color is the core. We are talking about the same thing but we do not understand eachother.
war does so much damage in so many different ways. hope they can find peace, and keep up the tradition of Aleppo soap making, so that we all get to enjoy a bar one day!
But...this is what you said: "Raw olive pomace oil gives the green and laurel berry oil gives the brown color."
But aging gives the brown outside (yes, browner with more laurel, but not with just olive oil), and laurel the green...that according to much I have read, and exactly what Sapw's personal soaping experience shows.
If you are not being understood, it would be helpful to reclarify your statements, please. I'm still confused by what you are saying.
I guess. but the whole soap is green to start with, and then the outside ages to golden.I think what he means is that the olive oil (raw) is green and the laurel oil is brown. That is what they are starting with. The soap once made switches and the olive is brown (well okay tan - it's not white, try lard or tallow then you'll see white) and the laurel turns green.
Again as always I could be completely off the mark.
Until you cut it and the inside is still green.....and THEN how will you explain it?Hmmm, I just made an Aleppo inspired soap a couple of days ago, it started out a creamy greenish color but within a couple of days has turned brownish so not sure about the "time" being the only thing that turns the outside brown. I used pomace so I believe the previous statements on crude pomace giving the brown color is correct. I used 25% Laurel oil that I did get in America from this site http://www.newyorksoapmakingsupplies.com/
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