|This book, actually. It was just under three dollars. Score.|
Here are the other corrections, in case you ran out and bought this book before finishing reading this blog post:
From the Publisher
CORRECTIONS to The Complete Soapmaker, by Norma ConeyNote to the reader: the changes on page 34 are particularly important and should be noted for reasons of safety.
On page 34, step 5 should read:
5. Make sure that the pitcher with water in it is resting on a protected surface. Carefully and slowly pour the lye into the water. Use your wooden spoon to lessen any splashing of the lye solution caused by chunks of lye dropping into the pitcher. Don’t make the mistake of adding the water to the lye.
On page 34, the first sentence of step 6 should read:
6. After you’ve added all the lye to the water, stir the solution gently with a wooden spoon until you’re sure that all the lye has dissolved.
On page 50, the first sentence of step 6 should read:
6. Continue to stir periodically until the soap has reached a pudding-like consistency.
On page 50, the first sentence of step 7 should read:
7. When the soap has reached a pudding-like consistency, remove it from the heat and stir it gently as it cools. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Anyway, error-full book or not, go back and read the etsy article, in the link above. How can you not be inspired?!