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The acidity of the lemon will, no doubt, increase also the coagulating power of any rennet to which it may be added.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
No doubt the acid of the vinegar and of the wine aid the coagulating power derived from the membrane.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
A stream of blood was coagulating around his head, but did not touch the beauty of his face.
Just so the rennet of a sucking calf has a greater power of coagulating cow's milk than that of a sheep, and vice versa.
It depends on the well-known property possessed by many proteids of coagulating under the influence of heat.
I would then ask Erasistratus himself to inform me what the altering, coagulating, and shaping agent is.
It also furnishes the acid medium necessary for the best action of both the coagulating and peptic enzymes.
THE BOOK OF CHEESECHARLES THOM AND WALTER WARNER FISK
Some substance must be added to preserve the milk and to keep it from souring or coagulating.
THE BOOK OF CHEESECHARLES THOM AND WALTER WARNER FISK
Bushes which yield acid, suitable for coagulating the milk of the rubber plant, grow alongside.
The words last quoted evidently refer to the upper part of coagulating blood as commonly seen.

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