The bacteria which lay dormant in a chilled environment (4 - 1 degree c) reproduce at a high rate when the milks ambient temperature increases. This bacteria makes the milk sour. In recent years improved methods of destroying these trace bacteria have been undertaken which has allowed milk to stay fresher longer under correct refrigeration
Yes, as long as if there is milk in it, it hasn't gone sour
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Milk that requires refrigeration still has bacteria in it. The pasteurization process does not sterilize the product, but is meant to destroy targeted pathogens. Some bacteria remain and that number depends upon the original bacterial load of the raw milk. Those remaining bacteria still grow under refrigeration and will eventually sour the milk.
Sour milk is milk that is off. You drink, you get diarrhoea. So don't drink sour milk.
Yes cottage chesse is made from sour milk no it is not made from sour milk it is milk crds
Any milk can go sour.
Sour milk is a mixture, not a compound.
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.
No Your right sour milk can never be too sour for an recipe.. I agree with you on that one.
Sour milk contains lactic acid.
Yes, sour milk is an acid. The lactic acid makes the milk acidic, milk is said to be sour when it is at a pH level of 4.3-4.5 (acidic) Yes, sour milk is an acid. The lactic acid makes the milk acidic, milk is said to be sour when it is at a pH level of 4.3-4.5 (acidic)
Lactic acid is found in sour milk.
Sour milk might be distasteful but usually is not harmful.
Lactic Acid is present in sour milk.
Sour milk is an alkali contain different alkalis in it.
No, sour milk becomes sour due to the presence of an acidknown as lactic acid.
Yes, milk turning sour is a chemical change because you cannot turn sour milk back into normal milk, for it contains bacteria.
no it does not keep milk from going sour and if it did why would you put it in your milk.
Milk going sour is a chemical change.
Sour milk is at the top of my major sour list.
There is no proof that Cleopatra ever bathed in milk. Perhaps milk was used in a bath oil or mixed in a skin lotion. You have to remember that Egypt is a hot country and in Cleo's day there was no refrigeration. If she bathed in milk as some suggest, it would be stinky sour milk hardly a bath for a queen.
Nope. Sour cream has to do with One certain ingredient and Sour ice cream is like sour milk but the sour in the ice cream is the milk:)
Refrigeration slows the growth of bacteria.
Sour cream is produced by fermentation and the "sour" applies to its taste. Milk sours because of the acid inside of it.