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Authentic Full Fat Buttermilk?

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by Nakdcpl 14 years ago

Hello, I am on a quest to find real, authentic full fat buttermilk like the buttermilk I had as a kid. The cultured lowfat buttermilk available in stores here in Southern California (Orange Cou...

What to do with too much buttermilk?

Scirocco
by Scirocco 14 years ago

Bought some buttermilk for a recipe and all the store had was a half gallon (I only needed about 2 C). Besides the obvious of pancakes or biscuits, are there any recipes you guys know of that uses...

What do you think of powdered buttermilk?

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by dipsy 13 years ago

I saw, and then bought, a container of buttermilk powder at Whole Foods last night. It seemed like it would be good in a pinch. Does anyone use it? I find I often buy buttermilk but toss it before ...

Dried buttermilk powder: King Arthur vs Bob's Red Mill

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by qwerty1 5 years ago

Has anyone tried both brands for dried buttermilk powder? I'm trying to decide which one to purchase. This would be used for baking, though I might try it for buttermilk fried chicken. Any input...

Using new generation ingredients with 50 + year old recipes

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by grannychan 5 years ago

After many years of searching; I finally located a relative who had my grandmother's recipe for sour cream choc late cake.it was one of the loves of my life.!!! When I received the recipe though......

Looking for a non-dairy substitute for buttermilk

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by jujuthomas 6 years ago

My mother has a fan-ding-dang-tastic family recipe for chocolate cake that calls for about a cup of buttermilk. does anyone know of a reliable baking substitute for the buttermilk? I'd love to be a...

Help w/ homemade "buttermilk"

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by juster 6 years ago

A recipe I'm doing calls for making something close to buttermilk but less tangy by mixing Greek yogurt with whole milk and letting it sit out to ferment for three hours to overnight until it bubbl...

Buttermilk

ibew292
by ibew292 8 years ago

Looking for real Buttermilk not the cultured stuff that is for sale everywhere. Hope Creamery makes a lot of butter but I have never seen buttermilk from them for sale. Anyone out there know where...

St Lawrence Market?

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by SharissaD 6 years ago

What brands of buttermilk do they sell there?

I want Buttermilk Pie that is buttermilk-y!

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by Bliss149 6 years ago

Tried several recipes - this week it was the one from Homesick Texan. So far, none has the TANG (and maybe the creaminess) of buttermilk that I'm looking for. It just tastes basically like ches...

Almond milk for buttermilk?

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by bxgirl 7 years ago

For a dairy-free substitute, can I add vinegar(or lemon juice) to almond milk to use as a substitute for cow's milk buttermilk? Thanks

Buttermilk Baked Chicken

Jim Leff
by Jim Leff 7 years ago

So I was foolish enough to send away for one of these Pyramid Pan Silicone Baking Mats. I can't even begin to list the ways this product is ridiculous. But trying to salvage something from the expe...

Buttermilk V.S. heavy cream

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by meimei 13 years ago

I was planning on making oatmeal scone for breakfast. I realized I only have heavy cream but the recipes calls for buttermilk. I did a quick google search and saw most suggested not make the switch...

How can you tell when buttermilk is bad? [moved from Home Cooking board]

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by OnceUponABite 15 years ago

It's already sour... I have some, only two days over the expiration date. It smells the same as before, sour. I want to make some pumpkin bread with it tonight.

Can I culture creme fraiche with reconstituted dehydrated buttermilk?

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 10 years ago

I rarely buy liquid buttermilk, but I always have dried buttermilk powder on hand, and I find it works very well in baking. Is there any reason to think that, if I reconstitute it with water and ma...

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