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102. Cultivate a taste for buttermilk. It actually contains no butter and usually has very little fat: most buttermilk today is made from nonfat or lowfat (1%) milk. Not just a refreshing beverage, buttermilk is also useful in cooking.
I use it for recipes and in shakes when I have it leftover. I have some now and may use it for mashed potatoes on Sunday. I like to use kefir more though because it has more probiotics, I think. I tried to read up on the difference between the two and kind of settled on kefir. Buttermilk has a tang. I could never just drink it straight though my grandfather did.
Haha we churned sweet cream in grade school to make butter and drank some of the sweet uncultured liquid which I liked. I made mom buy some buttermilk.YIKES uh very different cultured. It is great for coating chicken into before putting in seasoned flour and frying. We just don't fry chicken or eat it except when very rarely served to us.
This is very easy for me!! I am a country girl & I love buttermilk!!!! I drink it often, I love it with the SF cornbread!!!. Recipe for oven "fried" chicken: Dredge skinless chicken breasts in flour, then in buttermilk, then in crushed cherrios. Bake at about 375 until done, (about 30 to 40 min). Crispy & delicious, all SF except for the flour. Cathy, you can make buttermilk for cooking (not good to drink) by adding 1 teasp. vinegar to 1 cup milk, let it set for about 5 min & stir it up.