Sauces curdle while cooking because of chemistry, not Biology. While it looks disgusting, a sauce that has curdled during cooking isn't spoiled and won't make you sick.
"Now what if, because of a few moments of diverted attention, say, to answer the telephone, you return to face disaster: a stringy, watery sauce? No guarantees, but there may be a way out. A technique attributed to the late culinary dean of American cookery James Beard is to briskly whisk in a little lemon juice. It can be expected to work because protein molecules need low acidity and calcium ions -- positively charged calcium atoms -- in order to aggregate into their tangled networks. The lemon juice's citric acid interferes with this aggregation in two ways: It increases the acidity and it ties up (chelates) the calcium ions."
"Curdle Hurdles," Robert L. Wolke, The Washington Post; Wednesday, Oct 13, 2004; Page F01 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A26968-2004Oct12.html
Yoghurt that have curdled is usually a sign that it's gone off, thus should not be eaten. It cannot be saved (i.e revered to non-curdled); it's not really worth eating or keeping in the fridge.
Heat it up very slowly and when it is near a simmer add a little corn starch slurry. It won't fix every broken sauce but it is your best chance to save it.
no once defrosted it cannot be frozen again i would eat it within 24hrs.
im so sorry but u cant but u can go down the shop to buy some more
Don't you mean sonic save cream? Anywho, it's on Sonic X Episodes 1 & 2.
Save On Foods have Coconut Cream and Coconut Milk.
Nothing really. Just get penny out of the soy sauce, wipe it off, and save or spend it. The soy sauce can still be used.
you can save in the fridge for 3weeks the tahini sauce
press the 'save' button...
You can't save it once it's dead.
You get the laser goggles once you save the third spy. Who you can only save once you get the bowtie.