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At the curdling point (when temperature was raised to 95[degrees]C), the microbial count reduced from 7.38[log.sub.10] cfu/ml (in Calotropis procera processed milk) to 6.28 [log.sub.10] cfu/ml.
Every time I heard the blood curdling howls of an animal, the cheer and applause would be at its peak."
These ingredients interfere with the protein bonds and prevent them from bonding so closely, thereby lowering the chances of curdling. By using these ingredients in custards, the temperature needed to kill Salmonella instantly (160[degrees]F; 71[degrees]C) can be reached with little fear of curdling.
You can't heat cold milk with the eggs quickly without cooking the eggs too much and curdling the custard.
In passing sentence Judge Patrick Thomas QC said: "Blood curdling threats were issued against a couple in their home where there was a young child, as you knew."
Tarantino, 47, claims the "blood curdling, pterodactyl-like screams" of 53-year-old Ball's birds are stopping him from working on his latest film.
Beat in the eggs, one at a time very well, and add a spoonful of flour with the last egg to prevent curdling. Beat in the orange zest, add the flour all at once and mix in well, then slowly mix in the orange juice.
A spokesman for the German pacifist anti-Nato Greens Party, described the president's remarks as "blood curdling," and compared him with Hitler.
Two young witnesses heard a 'blood curdling' scream from the bungalow where a teenage travel agent was killed after a party.
One newspaper described the booing as "stomach curdling", another claimed Liverpool "still don't get it" while PFA chairman Gordon Taylor said he was "disappointed."