Acidified buttermilk is a related product made by adding a food-grade acid (such as lemon juice) to milk. It can be produced by mixing 1 tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice per 1 cup of milk and letting it sit until it curdles, about 10 minutes.
What are the ingredients in buttermilk?
All you need are two ingredients to make homemade buttermilk! Step 1:Pour 1 cup of milk into a bowl. Step 2: Grab one small fresh lemon or white vinegar. Stir in a tablespoon or two of lemon juice OR vinegar into the bowl with the milk.
Is Cultured Buttermilk good for you?
Cultured Buttermilk. Light, Tangy, Healthy, Refreshing! The cultured buttermilk has a light, fresh, tangy taste; very refreshing! When good bacteria consume milk sugar lactic acid is produced which creates the familiar acidic, tangy taste.
Where do you find buttermilk in a supermarket?
Buttermilk can be found in supermarkets, in the dairy section, and is known as cultured buttermilk, which is made by adding a bacterial culture to low-fat or nonfat milk. For more authentic and tasty, though, there is churned buttermilk, which is the liquid that remains after milk is churned into butter.