Goat’s Milk Soap Tutorial Updated

This is just a quick post to let you know that I updated my tutorial on How to Make Goat’s Milk Soap yesterday. I’ve changed my method slightly, plus the photos were all skewed in the original post so I fixed that too! I added links to other pertinent posts as well. I use fresh, raw goat’s milk from Screamin Oaks Farm in Tonganoxie, Kansas in my goat’s milk soaps, but you can use the canned version with the same method. You may have to re-constitute it first. I hope you find it helpful!

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  1. I bet this makes a very nice bar of soap! Thanks for the update. I’m actually planning on making a buttermilk soap soon.

  2. @Emily – I think so. Especially since it was a castille soap. Olive oil seems to be the slowest to trace, so I would think it would be slow to saponify as well.

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