Fudge with hazelnuts? :-) I don't have the slightest idea what you were experimenting on!
cocoa powder? I have no idea, maybe something subsituted for the lye water?????
pine tar, accelerated too fast
Hahaha, it looks like chocolate
I vote for Lisa's answer. The other thing I thought of is I hope that it isn't ruined cause that's a lot of soap!
Everyone! Thank you so much for your guesses and comments!!!! Interesting... Lisa and Tracey were right on one aspect - acceleration. This soap suddenly accelerated or seized on me and I got major clumps. No one has guessed the ingredient/s I was playing with yet... xoxo Jen
wine soap isn't it?? bis
Essential oils blend or some organic ingredient?Usually these accelerated the trace.Anyway it looks like spanish Turon...for the winter holidays.
I was hoping that you were going for that look and it wasn't acceleration--that's a lot of soap! :(I'm wondering if it's an alcohol, too. Those kinds of soaps move incredibly fast.
Mika - you are RIGHT!!!! Wine soap is correct. So Amy 10th Ave. is right also, but Mika - EXACTLY! yes, and I felt pretty upset about losing all that soap. I am not really into rebatching, so i am thinking of other things to do with it.... will post my next attempt soon. xoxox Jen
Alegria, gracias por tu comentario!!! Jabón Turron? Tentador... xoxoxo Jen
Living next to a winery and vineyard, I've made wine soaps many times. Did you reduce the wine by 2/3's by simmering it for an hour or so before putting it into your batch liquids?It does look interesting and I can't wait to see what you've worked out!
I make the laundry powder soap(salted out) in a sometimes unnecessary soap.looking forward to your next post!!
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