Date: Wed, 13 Mar 1996 17:50:51 +1608 From: "Donald M. Lance" Subject: Re: Clabber milk > Help! My milk has soured and I don't know what to call it. I can't help with bibliography right now, but milk turned blinky and then sour before if clabbered. And then the product was clabber in our family, not 'clabbered milk'. Arkansas-Texas South Midland variety. Some people confused blinky and blue john milk, but of course we knew the right terms! Fred Tarpley did a survey in Texas in the 1960s and found some interesting distributions, referring in his publication to the "blinky / blue john isogloss." With pasteurization and homogenization milk doesn't do any of these things on its own. Donald M. Lance, University of Missouri engdl[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]