What Acid Is in Sour Milk?

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Sour milk is a general term for milk that has acquired a tart taste, either through the addition of an acid, such as lemon juice or vinegar or through bacterial fermentation. The acid found in sour milk is called lactic acid and it causes the milk to coagulate and form a thicker consistency.
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To make your own sour milk in a hurry mix one table spoon lemon juice or distilled vinegar to each cup of whole milk (or 2%). Let is sit for 15 minutes or more and you will see it
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1. Open the carton or jug of milk and smell the liquid. If the milk smells rancid or sour throw it away. However, a sour smell is not always a sole indicator of soured milk. 2. Pour
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The acid which is found in sour milk is known as lactic acid. When this acid is introduced to water or ethanol it becomes highly hygroscopic. ...
Lactic acid. Lactic acid bacteria. or. Lactobacillus bulgarigus. which convert the milk to sour milk. ...
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