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Question about buttermilk from homemade butter

adamclyde | Jul 15, 200709:52 AM     32

OK, I'm making my own butter today. The residual liquid, obviously, is buttermilk. Now, here's my question. In certain baking applications, store-bought, cultured buttermilk is used for it's acidic content. Does buttermilk from homemade butter have any acidic content in it? Doesn't seem that it would...

(Just want to know whether pancakes with my buttermilk will benefit from baking soda or not.)

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