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    Buttermilk

    JuliaE
    Mon Aug 05, 2002 5:56 pm
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    I live in a small town in the province of Québec where buttermilk is unheard of. I see it in so many recipes nd would love to use it. Can someone tell me how to make a substitute for buttermilk? Milk and vinegar maybe?
    Mysterygirl
    Mon Aug 05, 2002 6:04 pm
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    My cookbook doesn't say buttermilk, but for sour milk it says 1 cup milk mixed with 1 tablespoon vinegar. Hope that helps.
    Charishma_Ramchandani
    Mon Aug 05, 2002 6:31 pm
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    Hi There! As a substitute for buttermilk, use 1 tbsp less to 1 cup of milk and 1 tbsp.of lemon juice. Allow it to curdle(leave it aside for 5 minutes and thenuse in whatever the recipe).
    Works wonderfully good!
    crazymom
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 1:16 pm
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    I use 3/4 cup milk and 4 tsp. white wine vinegar and let it stand for 15 min. than I will place it in the fridge until I need it,It really works great when baking. Good luck
    Bergy
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 7:37 pm
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    You could but tinned powdered buttermilk which was so handy but I can;'t find it any more has anyone else seen it lately? It was wonder ful because it lasted for ever and you could just mix up the bit that you wanted. I'll be interested in hearing if it is still around. I'll look in the supe stores when I go to the big city!
    JoAnn
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 7:58 pm
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    Quote:

    You could but tinned powdered buttermilk which was so handy but I can;'t find it any more has anyone else seen it lately? It was wonder ful because it lasted for ever and you could just mix up the bit that you wanted. I'll be interested in hearing if it is still around. I'll look in the supe stores when I go to the big city!


    Bergy, I had never seen it before and went looking for it last week and there it was. Bought it and you're right, it works like a charm. If you can't find it please let me know and I'll be happy to ship some to you.
    foxjen
    Tue Aug 06, 2002 8:18 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    i buyitall the time. canned powdered buttermilk. it is always onthe shelvesofall our gro. stores. it costs about 2 dollars. and it lasts forever i live in the south so that may be why it isalways available. if anyonewants some would be glad to mail it to you.
    Bergy
    Wed Aug 07, 2002 12:06 am
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    Is there a certain store (chain ) you have found it in? I know Safeway carried it here but no more - What brand is it - I think it was Carnation but not sure - then I can try to find it on the Internet - if not I'll gladly pay you to ship me a can!! thanks
    JoAnn
    Wed Aug 07, 2002 9:42 am
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    Bergy, mine says saco cultured buttermilk. It's not in a can but a cardboard container and it says to refrigerate after opening. I bought mine at an IGA store. Let me know if you want some.
    Bergy
    Wed Aug 07, 2002 8:24 pm
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    Quote:

    Bergy, mine says saco cultured buttermilk. It's not in a can but a cardboard container and it says to refrigerate after opening. I bought mine at an IGA store. Let me know if you want some.
    Thanks Joann I'll check the nearest IGA and also when I go to Kelowna or Kanloops I'll check there but I sure will take you up on you offer if I can't find any Thankyou It is just the greatest isnt it!
    Thanks Foxjen for your offer too!
    mapleleaf
    Sat Aug 10, 2002 12:04 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Anyone know where I can get it in the US?
    Quote:

    Quote:

    Bergy, mine says saco cultured buttermilk. It's not in a can but a cardboard container and it says to refrigerate after opening. I bought mine at an IGA store. Let me know if you want some.
    Thanks Joann I'll check the nearest IGA and also when I go to Kelowna or Kanloops I'll check there but I sure will take you up on you offer if I can't find any Thankyou It is just the greatest isnt it!
    Thanks Foxjen for your offer too!
    Lennie
    Sat Aug 10, 2002 12:21 pm
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    Hey everyone......after learning from Bergy many months ago that such a thing as powdered buttermilk exists, I went searching for it.

    I found it at my local bulk food store, where you scoop what you want out of large tubs/bins ... I was able to buy a large scoop that filled a jar. Last time I checked, my bulk store still sells it. If you have such a store in your area, I'd recommend you check there icon_smile.gif
    Spoongal
    Sat Aug 10, 2002 10:26 pm
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    I buy the Carnation container of it at any local grocery store--Acme (owned by Albertsons), SuperFresh, Super G. It's in with the dry milk powder.

    If you want something your grocery store doesn't carry, do stop at the customer service desk and put in a request. They'll often begin to carry things the public wants, or they may special order it for you. Never hurts to ask.
    Margaret3
    Sat Aug 10, 2002 11:43 pm
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    for many recipes, i substitute plain yogurt, adding a little water to thin it out a bit. seems not to adversely affect the results.
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