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6/8/11 2:13 P

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i have soured milk with lemon juice and it works out great.. good luck

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MELISSAANNM Posts: 58
6/5/11 10:18 P

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I use apple cider and soy milk. I am sure you can use it with regular milk.

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6/5/11 3:59 P

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all of these are great

i started this at 248.8 pounds and am hoping i can lose at least 50 in one year.


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6/5/11 3:49 P

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The yogurt and/or sourcream works well. The classic is to add acid to milk to "sour" it.

1. Place a Tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice in a liquid measuring cup.
2. Add enough milk to bring the liquid up to the one-cup line.
3. Let stand for five minutes.

The milk will look sort of curdled bu this is normal and indicates that it is ready.

Cheers,
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6/5/11 1:54 P

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Many thanks! I'll give it a try

Optimism is the foundation of courage.
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6/5/11 1:49 P

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For the amount of buttermilk you need, try using half non-fat yogurt and low-fat sour cream. The texture should be the same with the same level of sourness as the buttermilk.

Let me know how it turns out.

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6/5/11 1:19 P

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What are some good substitutes for buttermilk for baking, especially breads? My first attempt at an Irish soda bread recipe hasn't gone well (too dense) some I'm trying another. It calls for buttermilk but I'd like to use soy. Anyone had any experience with this?

Optimism is the foundation of courage.
--Nicholas Murray Butler

It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.
--Charles Darwin

Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.
--Theodore Roosevelt


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