May cooking methods be interchanged in a recipe ?

Hi Cathy,


Thank you for your wonderful site !!

May cooking methods be interchanged in a recipe ? May a cold/room process recipe be made in a slow cooker (hot process) ?

Thank you


Answer:

Most certainly! Hot process and cold process both start out the same. The only difference is that you cook one and not the other.

The salt soap is about the only one that I would not recommend for hot process.

The rest of the soap base recipes should be fine. The designs of many cannot be achieved using the hot process method unfortunatley.

Cathy

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Combing Process Methods
by: Anonymous

I haven't soaped in a while but...

I have done this, it works well and makes for a nice bar of soap. I melt the hard oils, add the liquid oils (except castor), let it cool to the recipe temp., and follow the rest of the recipe directions for your process.
Laurie

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