I was prepared for .50c a kilo, for the fat as previously discussed. Upon handing over my goodies, he said, NO Charge for the fat!!! Brilliant...A butcher I will go to again and again...
So I brought home the fat and put it in the fridge...Over Saturday and Sunday I rendered the fat and turned it into oil for my soap, using it immediately to make the Low Allergy Soap.
|First you have to remove any meat and blood spots that remain on the fat.|
|I then cut the fat into smaller diced pieces and added to the Whizzer.|
|Mincing the fat in the whizzer.|
|After straining the liquid fat, pour it into manageable sized vessels....and leave to set overnight on the bench. You will see that the fat in this jug has set and there is a small amount of waste on the bottom of the jug.|
|Scoop out the fat away from the waste and return to the stove.....When this was melted again, it formed a skin on the top...Strain it again, if you get this skin on top....you will now have a usable oil for soap making.|
Seeing the oil was already melted, I started to make the LOW ALLERGY SOAP.