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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If they are thrown in with a hot liquid suddenly without getting used to their new hot environment, the proteins within the eggs will curdle and form lumps.
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.
The woman whose voice could curdle milk met up with the former Take That singer on the set of the Clive James show.
Rennin (rennet) is a coagulating enzyme obtained from a young animal's stomach, usually a calf's stomach, that is used to curdle milk in foods such as cheese.
A Stephen King thriller that's true to the original - and sure to curdle your blood,
While Kevin obviously has a thing for stone-faced harridans with expressions that would curdle concrete, the idea of him being so bowled over by Shirley's irresistible sexual pull that his trousers fell off must have given the scriptwriters a bit of a headache.
In still other paintings, her lush eerie underpainting and abrasions, drippy curdle marks, solid reds, or blue-and-white checks reek of an admirably willful practice of abstract gesture characterized by a fresh, unpredictable grace.