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Sheep Milk

I am looking for a recipe that uses a large amount of fresh sheep milk for soap making.  I find a bunch of recipes for Goat's milk but all in very small amounts.  Can I just substitute fresh milk for all of the water that is called for in a recipe? How can I account  for the milk (and it's fat) when formulating a recipe with the soap calculator? I have beef tallow, olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, shea butter, castor oil, jojoba and glycerin available to use in this as well.  Please help!

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