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The Soap Tribune, Issue #145--turn your kitchen into a live kitchen
September 22, 2022
A live kitchenI'm giving a talk at a conference this weekend and thought I'd share my topic with you. It's a camping conference and the theme is "The 3 E's: Energy, Environment, Economy".
Click the link below to read all about it.
AutumnSept 21st is the first day of Autumn, and Winter squashes have been showing up at the Ithaca Farmers Market.
Winter squashes are a self contained storage container, sealed until you are ready to eat them. With the proper environment, they can last for months, giving you loads of nutrition and menu versatility.
Click the link below for a simple squash soup recipe
Come to the Ithaca Farmers Market to get your apple selection. Say hello too us in booth 6.
Click the link below for a simple Apple Ginger Chutney recipe
Best way to clean a bathroomBathroom cleaning is not glamorous, but it's important. As the season changes and we move back indoors, a clean bathroom is part of making your home warm and fuzzy for the cooler temperatures ahead.
Click the link below for some no garbage bathroom cleaning tips.
Patent newsWere are very excited to announce that our Instant Liquid Soap patent has been approved, with no office actions. This is a 1 in 100 occurrence. It will be a few more weeks until we get out patent number.
Small business rocks!Are you a knitter??
Check out what Laura Nelkin Designs is doing this Fall.
18 in 1 soap plus a whole lot moreThe Instant Liquid Soap is very versatile. Here's the short list of uses.
You can dilute the Instant Liquid soap to different strengths and use it for different purposes. The Instant Liquid Soap is great for:
1. Hand washing dishes 2. Cleaning a greasy stovetop 3. Clean your refrigerator 4. Clean small kitchen appliances 5. Fruit and vegetable wash 6. Farm fresh egg wash (right before cracking open the egg) 7. Cleaning hair brushes 8. Cleaning your toilet 9. Use as an accessory to your bidet toilet seat 10. Shower body wash
Click the link below for the whole list
Did you know that bees don't fly, they levitate? I just read an article about how their big heavy looking bodies are hollow. When they flap their wings they vibrate which causes them to levitate! Wow
Be nice to your bees. They take care of your food supply.
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