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Source: Rosemary Neering and Stan Garrod, IN THE PIONEER HOME. Fitzhenry and Whiteside Limited, Toronto, 1978. p.19.

"Melt two kilograms of fat [tallow] in one litre of soft (rain) water. Set aside. When cool, sprinkle in one cup of lye crystals. (Make sure you do not touch the lye. It burns.) Stir until cool as the lye will re-heat the tallow. Then stir occasionally until the mixture is thick. Pour into a wooden,...box lined with cloth. Score with a knife. Next day, or when completely cold, cut into bars."


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