“Curdling” of soymilk in coffee: A study of the phase behaviour of soymilk coffee mixtures

  title={“Curdling” of soymilk in coffee: A study of the phase behaviour of soymilk coffee mixtures},
  author={Mairi Brown and Francesca Laitano and Calum Williams and Bruce Gibson and Mark. D. Haw and Jan Sefcik and Karen E. Johnston},
  journal={Food Hydrocolloids},

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