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Liquid Hand Soap
1 gallon water (filtered or distilled is best)
2 tablespoons glycerin*
1 bar Dr. Bronner's Castile Soap
Grate the soap. Place the soap the glycerin and the water in a large pot. It should be stainless steel. If you use something that is porous then the soap may stay in the pot and carry over into your food. Stainless steel will clean up real nice with no soap left behind. You should also stir with metal- no wood.
Heat over medium heat until all the little soap bits are melted. Remove from heat immediately.
Cool for 12 hours. Check it- see if it is thickened. Stir and let it drip off the spoon. Notice how it drips. Does it kind of slide off slowly. Then it is nearly done. If it is still very thin, wait another 12 hours. Check again. This soap will thicken as 24- 36 hours pass. At first it is thin then about the consistency of egg whites, then more like soft set jello.
Whisk in small circles to combine everything. Pour into soap dispensers.