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March 18, 2009

How to Make Bacon Soap — From Real Bacon



"This should be viewed as more of a jackass experiment than a “how to” by a soapmaking expert. I just wanted to see if it was possible to make soap from bacon fat."

"The bonus challenge: make the soap look like bacon."


Wrote one commenter, "Awesome, yet disgusting at the same time."

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NICE! Yummy bacon soap!!! I might actually do this one. Soap is not hard to do, I've done it before. Although it should be noted that stirring time is drastically reduced if you use a stick blender. Be sure to wear long gloves, long-sleeve shirt, and especially protective eyewear, especially the last if you use a stick blender. Get lye splashed in your eye and you could go blind- not cool. Also let the bacon fat cool down some- the hotter your fat, the more violent reaction you might get when you add the lye. Good instructions on that site there though.

Posted by: Lilorfnannie | Mar 18, 2009 11:31:26 PM

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