I'd like to use sugar instead of castor oil for bubbles (I've run out of castor and will only have some in a few weeks) in goat milk soap. I'd like to use GM for 100% of the liquid in my soap, if possible. The issue is that I use frozen goat milk and can't figure out where/when to add the sugar. (I know that with water, the sugar should be dissolved first, before adding lye.) Should I melt just a little bit of GM, just enough to dissolve the sugar in, before adding my lye? Can I melt the sugar in my oils? (As an aside: would honey have a bubbling effect also?) Is there no way around using a bit a distilled water to dissolve the sugar? I'd appreciate any and all advice!