Urdu translation: بلونا

English term or phrase:churning
Urdu translation:بلونا

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12:18 Jul 6, 2009
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English term or phrase: churning
Definition from US Environmental Protection Agency:
The process of stirring and agitating cream in the process of making butter. Churning causes the fat globules in cream to clump together and separate from the liquid.

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  • Churning physically agitates the cream until it ruptures the fragile membranes surrounding the milk fat. Once broken, the fat droplets can join with each other and form clumps of fat, or butter grains. Wikipedia
  • As you turn the handle or however you do your churning, the cream goes through stages on its way to becoming butter. Making butter
  • Another side benefit of churning your own cultured butter is that you will end up with fresh real buttermilk. Handmade Organic Cultured Butter
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اردو میں مندرجہ بالا لفظ کا ترجمہ
"بلونا" ہی ہوتا ہے۔

جیسا کہ ثاقب بھائی نے

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5 +2بلونا
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اردو میں مندرجہ بالا لفظ کا ترجمہ
"بلونا" ہی ہوتا ہے۔

جیسا کہ ثاقب بھائی نے

Discussion Entry
میں تحریر کیا۔

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  • گاؤں میں لوگ دودھ کو بلو کر مکھن نکالتے ہیں۔ - None  
Haris Ali Dogar
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Yes  Asghar Bhatti
30 days
  -> JazakAllah Asghar bhai....

Yes  Lenguamundo
587 days
  -> JazakAllah Chaudhry bhai....
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