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  1. Rampart

    Soap-Making

    Hey y'all! One thing I've noticed, or haven't noticed rather, is that there is no article on soap-making... references sure, namely in the "Looking To Our Past" series, but no true in-depth articles. Given the simplicity of soap-making, and its inherent value in a post-SHTF/TEOTWAWKI scenario, I personally think this would be a great article to have. If there's one thing I can tell you after working for a couple years in a boutique-quality soap factory while in high school, it's how simple it is to produce an extremely high-quality "gourmet" bar of soap with very little effort exerted. All it takes is a little know-how, a well-constructed soap rack and a decent recipe, and you're in business. What do y'all think?