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Where cooking coagulates the proteins in eggs and meat into stable lots, it doesn’t coagulate the proteins in milk and cream — except the milk or cream has turn into acidic. Fresh milk and cream could be boiled down to a fraction of their quantity without curdling. It turned out that On Food and Cooking was driving a rising wave of basic curiosity in food, a wave that grew and grew, and knocked down the obstacles between science and cooking, particularly within the last decade.
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