No post this morning…but a question

Let me know what you want to know! With Christmas coming soon – yeah, I know, it’s three months away, but when you’re a crafter you have to start thinking about these things in July, so I’m really two months late – and the busy craft class teaching season upon us, I need to get...

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Question: How do I modify the recipe when I add or subtract an ingredient? (updated)

This question comes up a lot, and although I thought I’d covered it before, I figured this question deserved its own post! How do I modify a recipe when I add or subtract an ingredient? For the most part, we take the same percentage from the water in the heated water phase. A few examples…...

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Question: How do we know what version of an ingredient to use and how to substitute it?

Ellbie writes in this post: Hi Susan. I have a question that is a little off topic but seems to fit into this series of posts. Some ingredients are available in liquid or solid so when you are looking at a recipe how do you know which is listed? AND how do figure out how much to...

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Creating products: Questions about Polawax versus other emulsifying waxes (updated)

We’ve had some great questions and comments come out of the creating products series so far, so I thought I’d share them with you over the next few days! Please feel free to share your thoughts on any post by writing in the comments box (and I don’t care how old the post might be...

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Creating products: Equipment for measuring pH (updated)

pH indicators: You can get pH strips from your local supplier, and there always seems to be a great debate about whether or not they are useful. There’s always a place for testing your pH in bath and body products, but my experiences with strips have been spotty at best. I’ve tried three different kinds...

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