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Coffee maker makes cream curdle

Yesterday, I descaled the coffee maker. Today I put 1/2 and 1/2 in the cup, then put under the dispenser just like I have been doing for 1 yr. The milk curdled. I tried this 3 times. Th 4th time I nuked the milk first, then put coffee in. Still curdled. What's up.???

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Run two or three reservoirs full of plain water through the machine to rinse out the descaler, which is acidic.

Acid curdles milk.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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