I've been saving soap scraps for an eternity to make liquid soap. Well the day finally came. I found this recipe: http://tipnut.com/homemade-liquid-soap/ I happened to have glycerine on hand since I just bought it to make glycerine macerate. I had a lot of soap scraps, so I thought I'd make a double batch. It looked to me like I had about an equivalent of 2 bars of soap if added all together. I put the soap scraps in the blender and 2 Cups of boiling water. Turned the blender on and it literally exploded almost immediately with boiling hot water and soap foam. I got boiling water on my arm and all over the counter (I'm OK). So I divided the batch (what was left in the blender), put 1/2 back in the bender and added the honey and glycerine. I put in the room temp water, blended again. Still it's just a mass of foam. So I let it sit for 15 minutes while I brought wood in. It's still just a bunch of foam with a little liquid on the bottom. So now what? The recipe says I should have about 2 cups at this point, and now I"m supposed to add water till I have 5-6 cups of liquid. Well the blender is full of foam. I'm thinking just let it sit till the foam dies, but I sure never expected this. I must have had some very bubbly soap in there. Any one have this happen or suggestions on what I should do other than just wait?