from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In soap-making, the lower, watery layer whieh separates out from beneath the curd soap in the ‘salting-out’ process. It consists essentially of a strong brine, holding in solution the glycerin of the original fat unless a free fatty acid has been used. Also written underlie and unaerley.


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