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Synonyms for clabber

raw milk that has soured and thickened

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turn into curds


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At the Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, specialties such as fromage blanc (tangy, soft, and spreadable) and fresh clabbered cottage cheese are made from organic milk.
In her last years her flesh was globs of shapeless clabbered fat.
The stream sided with berries (pick them for the clabbered cream) running with berry juice, stream juice and the quick eyes of blackbirds - I am tilted perilous off the bank, hand threading branches, my old blood sister holding hard the other hand for ballast (as when we whirld together hand to hand as children) bush after bush, water-and light-fed and water pail full, the stream passing into bog, its other work, we go home to the rule of berries-jam, cobbler, pie.
Whisk the clabbered milk until smooth, then whisk it into about a quart of skimmed raw milk.
If you don't have buttermilk, just mix regular milk with 1 tablespoon fresh-squeezed lemon juice, stir, and let stand for 5 minutes--and you have clabbered milk.
Because nothing is ever finished the painter would shuffle, bonnarding, into galleries, museums, even the homes of his patrons, with hidden palette and brush: overscribble drapery and table with milk jug or fattened pear, the clabbered, ripening colors of second sight.
Mom just let the milk get clabbered, but you can use yogurt starter or a kefir culture.) The oil and the protein in the quark form an emulsion that makes the oil water-soluble.
My mother made cottage cheese from the sour (clabbered) milk.
The French forget-me-nots in the clabbered right of way through waste ground are a small blue glimmer, unusually refined for this site of storms and tall gangs of nettles, a place mostly green and grey clouds, limestone, blown grass-but brightened through May and June by robust phalanxes of yellow flag, the sturdy pinks and lavenders of thick stemmed common rocket.
We buy only scratch feed for them, supplementing their diet with kitchen and meat scraps, clabbered milk, cull vegetables, mangel beets, sunflower seeds, grass clippings, etc.