Also, acidic fruits or juices can curdle
milk, turning it into a heavy mucus-like substance.
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THE withering look that Anne Robinson directs at her hapless Weakest Link contestants is enough to curdle
Let it curdle
(it'll take a few minutes and eventually will look like cottage cheese).
The mixture will thicken suddenly at the end so don't be tempted to turn up heat or it will curdle
It is highly stable and will not split, lump or curdle
All Pacific Natural Food products are all natural, USDA certified organic, curdle
free and can withstand the high heat of steaming.
Jackie Durkin from Negresco has created this spooky punch recipe to curdle
the blood and warm the spirit.
" is a compilation of poetry by Wisconsin poet, public speaker, workshop facilitator, and literary activist Cathryn Cofell.
If the proteins are heated for too long at too high a temperature, the custard will have a tendency to clump together, or curdle
. When overheating occurs, these "paper dolls" get too close and squeeze out any moisture, forming clumps of protein in a pool of liquid much like scrambled eggs.
Raw kiwifruit contains an enzyme that prevents gelatin from setting and causes milk to curdle
The power of suggestion in this play is brilliant and scary enough to make your blood 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
. The dairy lost nearly $2.5 million in its first year of operation.