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It probably won't affect the flavor-maybe add a little cornstarch or flour to thicken it?
ohhh i'm sorry i have no idea! i hope somebody will give you a good answer, and othewise google it!That's what i do.... sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt...ThanksLeontienwww.fourleafcloverdairy.blogspot.com
It's fine to eat. That happens with cream or cheese if it's added when the chowder is too hot, or if it gets too hot after adding it. I always add it at the VERY end, when it is off the heat and right before serving.
I never use cream in my cream soup/chowders. I always use milk and cornstarch. I don't thin you notice the difference (except mine is healthier). Also it's much more forgiving with heat. Here's the link to my corn chowder to give you an idea http://fletchingtonfarms.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/recipes/Hope that helps.
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