Quick Tip: How to Make Homemade Buttermilk – Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode QT-4



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33 thoughts on “Quick Tip: How to Make Homemade Buttermilk – Laura Vitale – Laura in the Kitchen Episode QT-4

  1. What we do here in India is, we mix some water into Dahi, that is Curd/Yogurt and then process it into the mixture till it gets the right consistency.
    It's called butter milk because as you process it, bits of Butter start forming on the surface and you can then have homemade butter 🙂

  2. no no no no!!! throw heavy whipping cream in a good blender on low till you get butter and butter milk not hard!! this this vinegar and regular milk is a substitute not real butter milk! the very name butter milk implies a relationship with butter

  3. A fine share. I do lemon but a dash more as from my up-bring'n. As a girl, my mother churned milk into butter and I learned from her mother. Nowadays, most folk wouldn't know how to tell the difference. Nonetheless, I attest that this is a far better fix than whole milk when you need the butter. I am no chef but I am always looking to make it better and yes ma'am, I do check with ya. Anybody criticizing this technique…just try it on yourself. I say 1 C to 1 tbs and I don't put sugar in my cornbread. Every body is different but this gal ain't never far from right.

  4. Easiest method to make buttermilk is to take double cream and whisk it until it separates you get butter and the remaining fluid is buttermilk! Simple this is how the authentic butter milk is made

  5. For everyone whose country doesn't sell (cultured) buttermilk – the consistency and taste is very yogurt-like. So what I've found is that you can always use unflavoured yogurt instead of buttermilk in recipes. It makes sense after all – both products are made with lactic acid bacteria.

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