Thursday, March 5, 2009


Blue Lady teaapplesauce made from a bag of apples that weren't crisp enough to eat plainrock art that Jason found on the ground down town
(that last phrase sure is like a rap)
The flour on our countertop was the closest thing to sand the lizard could find.

shredded soap for homemade laundry detergent
(thanks to Elisha, Shelsea, and Holly for the recipe tips - you gals are inspiring!)

the 5 gallons of detergent that the recipe makes,
which winds up costing you 1 cent per load (!!)
By the way, if you want to make this, I highly recommend purchasing one of these wooden-handled, metal-wired ladle doo-lollies at a thrift store several months before you hear about making laundry detergent, though you're not sure at that point what you'll use the tool for. Crud, it's only 50 cents. You'll use it for breaking up the gel that the detergent forms into overnight. It's wacky stuff, y'all.

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