Sour is an adjective (sour milk), a noun (whiskey sour), and a verb (their friendship soured over time).
The word 'sour' is a verb (sour, sours, souring, soured), an adjective (sour, more sour, most sour), and a noun (sour, sours). Example uses: Verb: Your milk will sour more readily if you keep it in the door of the refrigerator. Adjective: The sour cherries make excellent muffins. Noun: I'll have a whiskey sour please.
Yes, this is past tense.
the sour milk stank
Sour milk is milk that is off. You drink, you get diarrhoea. So don't drink sour milk.
Sour milk is a mixture, not a compound.
Any milk can go sour.
Yes cottage chesse is made from sour milk no it is not made from sour milk it is milk crds
Milk going sour is an example of the oxidation process. The example of the oxidation process in sour milk is a result of the effect of oxygen on the milk which causes the milk to sour.