Moreover, the stomach acids required to digest the melon make the milk curdle
, causing gastric issues.
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.
It may curdle
your blood, but science is re-examining a host of "folk" remedies to heal all kinds of wounds and diseases.
'I'm afraid the paint will curdle
,' says a frustrated Chris Thomas, a volunteer from Iowa."
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.
Devoid of an apron over the designer clobber I can only imagine she bins once it's soiled, Nigella's is a world unattainable for most - unlike that of the Queen of Cakes herself Mary Berry who served up a Great British Christmas Bake Off to give even Nigella her just desserts.
It has great judges too, particularly fashion editor Nina Garcia who can curdle
milk just by opening the fridge door.
APPRENTICE winner Yasmina Siadatan progressed through the show with a thunderous expression that could curdle
milk within a 10-mile radius.
If the mixture starts to curdle
a little, simply add a spoonful or two of the flour and carry on adding the egg.
If left to stand they will curdle
or become watery.
The woman whose voice could curdle
milk met up with the former Take That singer on the set of the Clive James show.