I have a recipe that I have used 5 or 6 times with no trouble but this time it both riced and separated. I changed a few things, since I was wanting to do a swirl I used full water, I usually discount 15% to 18% because I live in a really humid caribbean climate and the soap wouldn't cure. I got an dehumidified cure room so I tried full water. Would that have affected it? I also didn't stick blend the FO in, I mixed it in with a spatula. I switched Mica suppliers with 1 of my colors. I can't see how that would have affected it because it was a creamy flowing soap batter at the beginning of the pour and 2/3rds through it started separating and ricing in all the colors. but it was a difference so I mention it. It hasn't hardened yet, but does anyone know if this loaf can be recovered? or is it just trash? I haven't tried rebatching successfully yet. Any Ideas would be appreciated. Oh and I use local oils so my recipe is all coconut oil and cocoa butter with an 18% superfat and I was using crafters choice mango sorbet.