But when you heat coconut milk, it becomes oil in my country, we grate coconuts, squeeze the milk and boil it until it separates and forms oil in the bottom and husk at the topNo, the heat will just heat up the milk, not turn it into oil.
If you are using coconut milk that you purchased here (in the US) as coconut milk , it will stay milk. Now, if you are making it yourself from coconuts, I don’t know but I doubt it.But when you heat coconut milk, it becomes oil in my country, we grate coconuts, squeeze the milk and boil it until it separates and forms oil in the bottom and husk at the top
are you 100% sure?
(Please don’t think I’m annoying I’m a newbie and I just got here an hour ago and I need some reassurance lol)
These are lovely.I tried using some rhubarb tea to color a small test batch. Trying out a tallow/lard/co/oo combo. First time with that, will try again with some infused oo to see if it comes out a different color, I really want a pink.
And the blue is some indigo and a blend of rosemary/Lavender EO in a 30/20/30 olive/lard/tallow base. I got that scent blend idea here on the list and wow, it is good.
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Isn’t that the wI started the day buy unmoulding and cutting the soap I've made yesterday and the day before. So excited!! Now I have to wait 6 weeks for the soap to cure. Sigh
Isn’t that the worst?Hmm ok I just hope it’s good
I love the pull through set I got. The post is off center on the edge. I’m getting the whole crazy production a bit smoother.