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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of clabber.


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  • Say you don't have buttermilk on hand, you should be able to click on an ingredient and be offered the option of using regular milk "clabbered" with vinegar or lemon juice.

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  • “We put clabbered milk in a cheesecloth and hung it from the clothesline to drip for a day,” she says, “and you had what we now call cream cheese.”

    One Big Table

  • He had no idea what he was doing—disease had clabbered his brain.

    Zombies vs. Unicorns

  • December 25, 2007 at 7:20 pm u meenz clabbered milk? mmmmm souns gud!

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  • Like so many failed expeditions before them, Sir John and his men would be fleeing for their lives, dragging longboats and whalers and hastily clabbered-together sledges across the rotten ice, praying for open leads and then cursing them when the sledges fell through the ice and the contrary winds blew the heavy boats back on the pack ice, leads that meant days and nights of rowing for the starving men.

    The Terror

  • He lifted Peter and clabbered over the gunwale after him.

    The Thief Taker

  • The past always seems better when the present consists of clabbered misery.

    Water Sleeps

  • I boiled the clabbered milk and cut up the curds with a knife.

    Half Broke Horses

  • Good St. Nicholas, you bring me an officer staff with brains between the ears, instead of clabbered oatmeal, and I build you a cathedral on Mars!

    The Earth Book of Stormgate

  • Up at the house, in the big middle room on the hearth, was her red cedar churn filled with clabbered cream.

    The Dollmaker


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