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My submission for cleaning a oily dish without soap. I clean my plate well (thanks Mom), so it was basically oil and liquid from veggies left on my plate. Nothing for compost or worm bin, etc.
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Dirt plate
Dirt plate
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Wiping off with paper towel
Wiping off with paper towel
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Final cleaning with hot water
Final cleaning with hot water
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Sparkling clean!
Sparkling clean!
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I cooked bacon for breakfast, let the pan cool, then cleaned it. I scraped the fat into the compost bowl, wiped it with some paper, then gave a quick rinse with hot water and a wipe.
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After cooking some bacon.
After cooking some bacon.
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Scraping the fat into the compost.
Scraping the fat into the compost.
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Wiping with some paper.
Wiping with some paper.
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Rinsing with hot water.
Rinsing with hot water.
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All clean.
All clean.
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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.

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Cleaned!
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Steel Wool
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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.
 
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