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Baseline Buttermilk Alternative

Posted on by Alisa Fleming in Milk Subs with 4 Comments
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Equivalent: 1 cup of Buttermilk


  • 2 to 3 teaspoons Lemon juice, Apple Cider Vinegar, or Cream of Tartar
  • Plain or Unsweetened Milk Alternative (soy, rice, oat, etc.)

Directions: Add enough of the milk alternative to the juice, vinegar, or cream of tartar to make one cup. Let the solution stand for ten minutes before adding to your recipe.

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