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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Beginner Soap Making: Simple Homemade Recipes

Beginner Soap Making: Simple Homemade Recipes was a free book for the kindle when this post was written.
 Why Make Your Own Soap?
My first reaction to this question is: "Why not make your own soap?"
  • Soap making has never been easier than it is today. 
  • Making your own soap is cost effective. 
  • You can determine exactly what quality of ingredients to use. If you have particular needs, you can address those in your ingredients. Love the scent of lilac? Add lilac oil to your soap.
  • Handmade soaps make great gifts. 
  • You can compensate for any allergic reactions you may have to the ingredients in commercially prepared soaps.
  • You can overcome dry skin ailments with the proper soap.
  • Cold pressed and hot pressed soap information and recipes
You will find all the information you need to get started with your soap making including:
  • Cold pressed and hot pressed soap information and recipes
  • Milled, milk and liquid soap information and recipes
  • Trouble shooting and tips and tricks
  • Along with additional information on additives such as essential oils plus loads more

We have designed this book so that all or our recipes are palm oil free as well.

How to Make Firebricks and Wood Stove Logs for Free! | Survival Sherpa

How to Make Firebricks and Wood Stove Logs for Free! | Survival Sherpa





This is such an awesome idea. These would fit perfect in my  wood stove that I bought.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Getting Prepped For Winter Already!

I bought one of these, Portable Military Camping Steel Wood Stove Tent Heater for Fishing Camp Cooking, a few weeks ago.We haven't had a chance to put it together yet. Hubby hasn't been home enough. But, I did read the reviews and they say to burn it real hot outside to get the paint off. I just wanted this for a really bad emergency. Our winter was so so so so so so so bad last winter. We were stuck in our house for a few weeks and we could not even move our car! We really wanted to move , but it looks like we will be here another damn winter in the house and I wanted something. If our power goes out and we get frozen in again , we will have something! This even has a cooking area made on the top of it. Plus , the factor that my frugal hubby loved, was it was cheap. We had had a chance to buy a wood burning stove last year for $75.00 , but when I went to pick it up , the woman's husband was home and said that she was not supposed to sell it. That he was keeping it to put in their basement. I couldn't blame him. This little stove would work great in our little house. I have watched videos on youtube of people using this stove in tiny houses.
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