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Why do some powders clump in hot water?
Why do some powders like flour or green tea causes lumps in hot water while other powders like sugar or cocoa readily dissolve? Cocoa: http://imgur.com/ncmN1ki.jpg
Mar 29 '12 at 17:16
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