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Uses for Whey - the Real Deal, Not Powder

cayjohan | Dec 20, 200604:09 AM     40

I've been making a lot of soft cheeses lately, thus have been dealing with a lot of whey. Some sources I've consulted have said that the whey should be used in baking...but with no indication of *how* to use it in baking. If I Google whey, it's generally powdered supplements that come up.

I hate throwing the whey out, when it could be useful. Anyone dealing with honest-to-goodness whey? What do you do with it? How is it used in baking? I need a clue.

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