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HAVE: Gardener's Hand Soap - Kelso/Longview Swap

Posted by bosaapje USDA 8b (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 26, 12 at 14:57

I'll be bringing some small bars of cold-pressed soap I made to trade. One could call it a "Gardener's Soap" so I thought it would be fun to bring to the swap. It's vegetable based with natural essential oils. It's still a little young, and will become more mild if you wait a few more weeks to use, but I'm already using it. I'm new to soap-making and would LOVE to get some feedback on it.

I'm open to trade for whatever, but if anyone has any screens for drying herbs, this would be fantastic. Or, if you have other ideas for drying them in a small space, I'm open. I plan to dry more of my own this year and need some screens or hanging racks or ??? Of course, I still have plants listed to trade if you're not interested in the soap!

See you Saturday!


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RE: HAVE: Gardener's Hand Soap - Kelso/Longview Swap

I would love to give your soap a try. A friend of mine gave me some a couple of years ago that I really enjoyed, and I would like to sample others. I have some of the plants you listed on your want list potted up - still have to dig the comfrey, but I'm hoping DH will help with that since it's a bit difficult to dig. He helps a lot so I'm sure he will accomodate me.


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