Where to get hydrogenated Soybean

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Buckscent

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I am trying a couple new recipes out I ran thru soap calc and one of the oils I want to try is soy wax, or hydrogenated Soybean. Who would have it? Can you get it at like walmart or have to mail order it?
 

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Check out Community Candle in Pelham. I've got some soy wax that dixiedragon picked up there but I haven't used it for soapmaking. I'm pretty sure I've seen hydrogenated soybean oil at Costco and Restaurant Depot.
 

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Check out Community Candle in Pelham. I've got some soy wax that dixiedragon picked up there but I haven't used it for soapmaking. I'm pretty sure I've seen hydrogenated soybean oil at Costco and Restaurant Depot.
Yea, was there today to get some other stuff. She didnt have it.
 

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Duh. Just realized you're looking for a local source. If you can't find it and want to order it then -

Bulk Apothecary carries it. I've personally used this one: http://www.bulkapothecary.com/produ...osoya-cb-135-soy-candle-wax-kosher-certified/

I like it because it's non-GMO soybeans and free from pesticides and herbicides. The manufacturer adds un-named botanical oils but I've not encountered any issues with it in CP soaping.
 
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Look at shortening for a hydrogenated soybean one. I know there are some that are at least partly that, not sure about 100% tho.
 
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