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When baking, use buttermilk if possible: it's healthier than it sounds and gives a good flavour.

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  • Did you know that you can make a buttermilk substitute for baking; use the amount of milk called for in the recipe and just add a tablespoon of vinegar to the milk, this curdles it - but is the same as buttermilk for the recipe - I think you would find that it's less calories as well. You could use 1% milk - it does the same thing. - by DEBORAHBROWN1
  • This brought back a childhood mother sometimes used buttermilk to make biscuits and they were so yummy! - by MSDELISLE

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