I made goat milk CP soap for the first time in several years using a different method. I bought evaporated canned goat milk, diluted it, and froze it in cubes. Then I weighed the cubes for the liquid portion and added the lye crystals to it. It took quite a while for the lye to melt the frozen goat milk, and then a lot of stirring to get the lye (flake kind from Brambleberry) to dissolve. Then I let the lye solution sit while I measured out my oils. When I was ready to add the lye solution, it had turned into a thick cake batter consistency, kind of like the lye had reacted with the fat in the goat milk. I went ahead and scraped the lye mixture into the oils, stick blended it to trace, and poured the soap in the mold. My question is ---has anyone had goat milk react to lye in this way?