I tried my hand at making liquid soap today, and it's been a roller coaster of emotion. I'm currently in the befuddled stage and am hoping for some expert advice... Recipe (used SoapCalc, checking the 90% KOH purity box. 3% SF) 10oz Olive oil (50%) 4oz Coconut Oil, 76 deg (20%) 3oz Sweet Almond Oil (15%) 3oz Castor Oil (15%) 4.3oz KOH 9oz Distilled Water 3.9oz Vegetable Glycerine (it's all I had on hand) Oils were melted in crock pot on HIGH. Meanwhile, I mixed KOH with 2x water until fully dissolved, then added remaining water/glycerine (totaling 3:1 liquid:KOH). Here is where I kept notes of process: 12:07pm Oils at 125 degrees, added lye mixture. Mostly whisked but also used SB (did a combo throughout entire process). Crock pot still on HIGH. 12:17pm Mixture starting to get applesauce-y 12:19pm Looks like curdled milk 12:20pm Mixture starting to get really creamy/pudding-like 12:21pm Flying Bubbles! So very exciting. Fully removed SB, used spatula to clean it up, set it aside, and went back to play with flying bubbles, but... 12:22pm Paste hard as a rock. Poked at it, then let it be. Turned crock pot to LOW. 12:36pm Tried stirring, but it is one solid mass. Can stick spoon into middle and pull up entire disk. Broke it up into chunks, stirred it around a bit, let it be. Noticed very small amount of what looks like oil in bottom of pot (maybe 1/2-3/4 tsp) 12:39pm Panicked. Removed entire thing from heat. 1:15pm Warily looked at it again. Nothing has changed. Tentatively zap tested different areas on tongue. No zap. Feels a little rubbery. Is it possible it cooked fully, from start to finish, in about 30 minutes? Here is a photo of where we stand now, and I certainly appreciate any and all guidance. Thank you!