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The day of the fusion, the blacksmith collects the soil in front of the iron furnace which contains previous fusions slag, and mixes it with water and about 5 types of herbs and tubers to make it heat resistant.<br />
This technique is reminiscent of the “horse soil” (terre cavalline) process of Italian casters in the early 1900s which called for mixing soil with horse dung to make it heat resistant