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Cultured Buttermilk

How to make traditional cultured buttermilk

Buttermilk can be made by fermenting milk with a buttermilk culture. Fermented buttermilk is a sweet and probiotic drink. It is a delicious substitute for yogurt, or use it for baking.

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Instructions

  1. Mix the buttermilk and milk in a clean glass jar.
  2. Put on a lid and leave the jar to ferment on the counter for 4-12 hours. Buttermilk thickens best at temperatures of 22 C (72F.)
  3. Taste the buttermilk, when it is ready store it in the fridge.

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Keywords: probiotic, cultured, gluten free, easy, healthy, yogurt, kefir