9.19.2019

TOOF Paste Open Source homemade Toothpaste invention professional recipe

Important!  If sugar is used in the below recipe it should be primarily Xylitol as maple syrup or other sugars will negate some of the tooth decay benefits of TEEF Powder.

TOOF Paste is a toothpaste made with 3 simple ingredients.  A powder mix like TEEF Powder (or as simple as calcium carbonate) is the first ingredient however the saponins in TEEF will help the fats to combine with the syrup.  The second ingredient is a low water sugar like honey or maple syrup or agave syrup or even simple syrup.  The third ingredient is an oil or fat or fatty acid or wax or combination, such as coconut oil and/or cocoa butter and/or beeswax and/or lauric acid, etc.

For my iteration of TOOF Paste I will use the following basic ingredients:

21g (a 20g pack) of TEEF Powder
2 1/4 tsp of 100% maple syrup (can be low temperature evaporated or traditional boiled) Actually should be primarily xylitol.
1/2 tsp Coconut oil

To make add maple syrup to bowl.  Using a butter knife mix small amounts of powder into the maple syrup until smooth.  Keep adding small amounts of powder and mixing until all is incorporated.  Next add the coconut oil.  The coconut oil gives a better more pasty consistency instead of just a sticky consistency.

Place into a piping bag that you either made or bought using parchment paper or wax paper or whatever (can even just use a ziploc!).  Cut the tip off and squeeze onto a barely moist toothbrush (make sure to wet toothbrush but knock all water off before applying paste).  And brush!

Any more ingredients can be added as desired but the basic open source invention is for these 3 basic ingredients.

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