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curd

[kərd]
(botany)
The edible flower heads of members of the mustard family such as broccoli.
(food engineering)
The clotted portion of soured milk or milk treated with an acid or enzyme; used in making cheese.
Any food resembling milk curd.
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Every letter of the ' Mine looks like it has curdled. It looks like a cup of sick - Abbey Clancy is not proud of her marble cake contribution to the Great Comic Relief Bake-Off
The Ministry to the rescue of the industry has instituted urgent interim measures to restrict the quantity of fresh, Extended Shelf Life (ESL), Ultra High Temperature (UTH), milk, buttermilk, curdled, yoghurt and other fermented milk being imported in the country.
Milk was transported in containers made from animal stomachs and the rennet inside them may have curdled the milk, creating cheese.
"I had to try curdled camel's cheese and it was pretty disgusting, but I was in Mongolia," Contactmusic quoted her as telling Empire magazine.
"I was notified by physicians today that Lami will be operated on within the next few hours to withdraw the blood curdled in his chest," Ibrahim al-Siraji, the head of the Iraqi Association for Defending Journalists' Rights, told Aswat al-Iraq -- Voices of Iraq -- (VOI).
A spokesman said some customers opened the packs - with a best before date of 12 March 2009 and coded 06033G - to find the milk separated and curdled. Most customers did not use it and two babies had refused to feed.
"We have seen through his permanent expression of ecstasy which has curdled into a mask"
The minute amounts of curdled protein that may occur at the bottom of the pan will be caught in the sieve, and the remaining custard will be instantly cooled.
In Pfeiffer's reimagining, these fantasy spaces, usually stages for improbable triumph, become forlorn terrains of thwarted hope and unfulfilled desire, their cheerful ambiances irrevocably curdled with a wave of the cursor.