As long as it was not a dark tan to orange colour, you didn't. If you burn the GM, it will smell and look a ugly orangish/brown. I burned several batches when I first started...wow did I burn them.crazyk said:Hi all, Ive just tried my first goats milk soap but when I added the lye it turned a curry yellow colour. Does this mean I burnt it?
YEs, I love the powdered stuff. I make a slurry with a little water and add it at light trace. White creamy soap every time.cdwinsby said:Powdered goats milk can be used in the same way Marr mentioned.
Yes you can freeze it, and no, as long as it doesn't freezer burn, it should be fine. I had some GM in my freezer that got buried and then I forgot about it for about 2 years or so (it's the fridge in the garage and we rarely use the freezer except during the holidays) and when I found it again it was fine. I use fresh from the goat - frozen GM for all of my GM soaps. As long as you mix slowly you should be fine.crazyk said:Suggestions are great. Thanks.
Also one other thing.
What happens if you freeze milk? Does it go off?
you can tell I don't do the cooking at home