overchill

overchill

(ˌəʊvəˈtʃɪl)
vb (tr)
to make too cold
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There are now no fewer than three alternative hypotheses, known (tongue-in-cheek) as overchill, overill, and overgrill.
Martin did go as far as to say that "climate change can reduce, increase, or shift species' ranges, reduce or increase the availability of nutritional quality of forage; change the length of seasons; and otherwise regulate populations." But as soon as he opened the door, he slammed it shut again by proclaiming "the climate-change proponents seem to me to assume their conclusions rather than to prove it," (25) a statement that paralleled his remark earlier in the text that "climatic change is always of interest but not crucial in formulating explanations." (26) Martin's rejection of climate change theory resulted in a highly polarized scholarly atmosphere: in one corner is the overkill party; in the other corner is the overchill party.
Let cool, then chill until mixture is cold to touch and flows slowly when tilted, 30 to 40 minutes (do not overchill).