Dale Hodgins wrote:That sounds like it could work. There are also spices that prevent things from growing. Cloves might be a good choice.
Dale Hodgins wrote:The flour seems to have gone off a bit, but the product still works well and it still smells like coffee.
The next batch will be half as big.
Chris Kott wrote:Well I would be worried about tiny broken edges, but I had been wondering if anyone has made coffee scrub soap bars. A little lather, a little scrub, and BAM, no more need for exfoliant.
Matthew Nistico wrote:
Bonnie Kuhlman wrote:I have some glass lids for mason jars but can't find the tops/rings to use with them. The regular canning rings don't have enough depth to hold the glass lid on the jar. Here are a few on ebay, but they are difficult to find. If anyone knows where to find these, please share. Or maybe if they hear from enough people, the jar manufacturers will start producing them. Thanks.
I am curious... are these just collector's items, or is there a special advantage to using these glass lids? I don't immediately see the purpose, especially given that you can't use them with the normal Ball hardware (rings). The eBay seller to whom you linked didn't explain.