I had some lovely risotto in a bowl, and cleaned it according to this badge. I scraped the excess into a compost tub, wiped it with paper towels to later be used as firestarters, then added hot water and scrubbed it with a bit of steel wool. I rubbed a few spots with my finger, and then it was clean enough to reflect my phone as I took a photo.
“There are no words to express the abyss between isolation and having one ally. It may be conceded to the mathematician that four is twice two. But two is not twice one; two is two thousand times one.”
― G. K. Chesterton
It's a bit of a cheat, I think, as it skips the need to even use paper to clean out oil to make a fire starter, so I doubt it counts (I can hope!). But if you use hardwood ash when scrubbing an oily/fatty dish, it can turn the fat/oil itself into a kind of primitive soap, which can then effectively clean the dish. Like I said, it skips the paper step & it does TECHNICALLY make a primitive soap in the process, so if it won't count let me know. But I think this hardwoodash method is a very permaculturey solution to the fatty/oily dish problem.
Looking to strengthen my connection to the land & nature around me. My name is Bloom Lunaress. The website is new, & incomplete. Apologies.