About 3 weeks ago, I had a very wonky batch and it still seems pretty soft. It should definitely be harder at this point. My recipe was 25% coconut, 25% palm, 25% olive, 15% beef tallow, 5% mango butter and 5% castor oil. I did a 6% superfat and used a 34% lye concentration. I soaped at 90 degrees. I split my batter into 4 parts and added my oil dispersed micas. I used a new-to-me fragrance oil. It was a basic Lavender FO-1oz in a batch with 2lbs of oil and I split it between my 4 containers. My batter only stick blended for 15-20 seconds before I divided it. I was barely at trace since I wanted time to do some swirls. Immediately after adding the FO, it became very thick and chunky. It was too thick to stick blend the clumps out so I whisked it a little, gave up on my pretty swirl design and scooped the batter into the mold in layers. The cut didn’t look as terrible as I expected. But three weeks later its still very soft. I have a few questions Would the fast clumping be considered seizing or ricing? Or was it just rapid acceleration? Did I get a false trace? How can I know if it actually saponified? I don’t think it gelled at all. What’s causing it to stay soft and will it ever harden? Lastly, is it safe for personal use? I’ve never had a batch clump up like that so I’m trying to understand what even happened! Thanks!