curdle


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Synonyms for curdle

to change or be changed from a liquid into a soft, semisolid, or solid mass

Synonyms for curdle

turn into curds

go bad or sour

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turn from a liquid to a solid mass

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Moreover, the stomach acids required to digest the melon make the milk curdle, causing gastric issues.
They appreciate that if you mix milk with fruit juice it will curdle, and we need more flexibility.
If the proteins are heated for too long at too high a temperature, the custard will have a tendency to clump together, or curdle.
And don't pick after mid summer or it will taste like battery acid and make your custard curdle.
Raw kiwifruit contains an enzyme that prevents gelatin from setting and causes milk to curdle.
Clouds curdle round it, crack open, let it through.
You know that life is creeping up on you when the signposts of your adolescence curdle into camp before you've barely vanquished your last pimple.
But not long after he assumed the lease and distribution rights in May 1998, things began to curdle.
It may curdle your blood, but science is re-examining a host of "folk" remedies to heal all kinds of wounds and diseases.
This Dracula sets out to curdle the blood rather than provide a dance metaphor for our fearful times.
Yolks thicken the most, whites the least, and whites break or curdle at a lower temperature.
APPRENTICE winner Yasmina Siadatan progressed through the show with a thunderous expression that could curdle milk within a 10-mile radius.
The perverse joke of the American president makes the blood curdle in the veins of all right-thinking people," said Antje Vollmer, spokesman for the Greens parliamentary group.
It does not contain artificial colours, flavours or preservatives and will not curdle.