I have recently blasted two tubes of some old, really good, medicine. 3+ ounces in each tube that were frozen for a few days before being blasted into a pyrex sitting in a water heat bath, using two cans per tube. I then scraped off the remaining soup onto parchment and put into another pyrex dish and sat it in my griddle, giving it a second water bath. I've been going for a week with it in the second bath and I'm still getting bubbles! (Side note, the first three daydays I did not have a lid and the water stayed right at 100, I now have a lid and the water is at about 120. I'm worried as to why all the forms I've read and No One has had to purge this long, also, my almost shatter looking stuff has started to get a sugary glaze in some areas, Maybe this is due to this lid and high humidity? Still doesn't explain why I still have bubbles forming at this temp of a water bath for so long, please help!