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    kgbtinker

    Member since Sep 2006

    Chef #352904

    From bridgeport, Washington

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    Reviewed Homemade Hand Soap

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    Tuesday, Dec 18, 2007 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  2 Reviews  |  By SaphiraRose
    LinMarie says:

    "This recipe should include a caution on using lye. Lye is extremely caustic and the fumes are also harmful. So before you try this you should make yourself familar with the proper use of lye."

    Reviewed Sponge Candy

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    Friday, Oct 12, 2007 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  3 Reviews  |  By *Alia*
    LinMarie says:

    "My dh'sfamily has made this for years and everyone loves it. Just a couple tips. Be sure you use a large saucepan, when you add the baking soda to the mixture it foams up very quickly. Also, try not to make it on a humid day, it will not be as tender as it should be."

    Reviewed Kitty Slop

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    Friday, Mar 9, 2007 on Food.com
     |  3 Reviews  |  By LRasmussen
    LinMarie says:

    "I am not a vet., but I have always been told you do not feed raw eggs to cats. They contain an enzyme called avidin which decreases the absorption of biotin, a B vitamin. Just wanted to let people know there may be a problem with this recipe."

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