DeeAnna is right, this would be quite a chore to rebatch. Given that your oil combo was originally designed for LS, it's hard to come up with a balanced recipe that doesn't require you to add lots of different oils, AND more lye solution. However, if you want to try to fix it, here is my suggestion:
1. Very carefully, wearing gloves and eye protection, pulverize the soap mass (mess?) in a blender or food processor.
2. Add the pulverized bits into a large crockpot, or stainless stock pot on the stove.
3. Add some warm sugar water, warm yogurt, or your choice of warm milk (dairy, coconut, oat, etc.). to loosen it up a bit. You want it mashable but not soaking wet.
4. Heat on low, stirring until everything is melted. You can add more liquid a Tbsp at a time if needed.
5. Add 200g coconut oil, and 201g of palm oil (or lard - they have the same SAP value).
6. Stick blend everything together as best as you can. If the mixture is still very thick, add a bit more sugar water and use a strong spatula to stir it all up.
7. Cover and cook it for 20-40 minutes, to the vaseline stage.
8. Follow regular HP procedures of watching carefully, keeping it covered as much as possible, stirring down expansions, and molding before it gets too dry. Depending on much liquid you added, it may take a few hours or a few days to be firm enough to unmold and cut.
I've attached a screenshot of the total recipe, which includes the amounts of oils you used in the original recipe, so you can see where I got the numbers. With over 20% CO, more than 10% castor, and 8% superfat, this wouldn't be a soap recipe I would create from the get-go. But if you'd rather not throw everything out, this should help you end up with usable bar soap.
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