Soap: Making It, Enjoying It

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Workman Publishing, 1975 - Crafts & Hobbies - 119 pages
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How to make beautiful gift soaps at home with instructions for coloring, scenting, molding, and carving. Selection of the Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service. 140,000 copies in print.
  

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Review: Soap: Making It, Enjoying It

User Review  - Heather - Goodreads

straight-forward and clear instructions for making lye soaps with a variety of fats and oils. definitely makes the whole process seem less intimidating. also includes an oddly fascinating history of soap. Read full review

Review: Soap: Making It, Enjoying It

User Review  - Elizabeth Flowers - Goodreads

An oldie, but goodie! Easy instructions. Can't wait to start making cold process soap! Read full review

Contents

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9
II
13
III
24
IV
37
V
41
VI
49
VII
56
VIII
89
IX
96
X
104
XI
107
XII
118
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About the author (1975)

ANN nbsp; BRAMSON Ann Bramson was recently named Publisher of Artisan Books, a division of Workman Publishing. Prior to that, she was VP and Senior Editor at William Morrow & Company. In the course of her career, she has worked with such major cookbook writers as Julia Child (Baking with Julia), Jacques Pepin (La Technique, La Methode, The Short-Cut Cook), Craig Claiborne (Elements of Etiquette, Craig Claiborne's Favorites), Barbara Kafka (Roasting, Party Food, Microwave Gourmet) and Guiliano Bugialli (Classic Techniques of Italian Cooking). She has published many chefs, bakers, and restaurateurs among them Paul Prudhomme, Larry Forgione, Biba Caggiano, Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, Joyce Goldstein, Jim Peterson, Nancy Silverton, Amy Scherber, Jeremiah Tower, and Chris Schlesinger and has been instrumental in producing major works under the imprimaturs of such diverse institutions as Good Housekeeping and Le Cordon Bleu.nbsp;

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