Hi, Last Friday night I made this goat's milk soap from the Nerdy Farm Wife: https://thenerdyfarmwife.com/how-to-make-goats-milk-soap-from-grocery-store-items/ Ingredients were: 22oz Olive Oil 8oz Coconut Oil 5 oz chilled water 5 oz canned/condensed goat's milk (Meyenberg) 4.2oz lye I followed the steps exactly but also put in: 1 tsp ground oats 1.5 tsp sodium lactate ~1.5oz oatmeal, milk, and honey FO I put it in the freezer once it reached a medium trace and I poured it into individual bar molds. I took it out of the freezer Sunday while frozen solid, turned it out onto a cookie sheet covered with freezer paper. I have never made goat's milk soap before nor have I made one that high in olive oil so maybe that's the issue, but now on Wednesday the soap feels not so pleasant. It is soft, sticky, and tacky. I left everything alone on the sheet except for one bar I goofed up when I poured, and when I run my finger along the edge of it, it is soft enough that it rounds it off. I am used to making a palm/olive/coconut soap in equal amounts and it unmolds and feels "normal" within a day or two especially when CPOP. I am a bit afraid that this is the consistency I am stuck with. Can I expect this sticky/tacky/soft feeling to go away in time as it cures? I feel like at this rate it is never going to cure properly but maybe I will be surprised. In case olive oil is the issue I remade this recipe using a 30% tallow/40% olive oil/30% coconut oil blend last night because that's what I had on hand, it will be an experiment if nothing else. Is this common with soaps high in olive oil or goat's milk soap or both? thanks for any pointers!