forum: Food & Drink
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- From Newcastle, Australia
- Member since Sat 10 Mar 07
Sorry to ask a second "substitute" question.
Buttermilk,here, is sold in 600-1000ml containers.
Most times, I only need 250ml max. How much vinegar/lemon juice should I add to 250ml "ordinary" milk to produce an acceptable buttermilk substitute?
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- Member since Sun 18 Mar 07
Re: Buttermilk substitute
I couldn't help but notice your mention of buttermilk. A good substitute is soured creamor failing that natural yoghurt. Does the same thing as buttermilk. But over here in the UK i noticed it on the shelf at TESCO for the first time...result!