-About 1 cup of milk
-1 Tablespoon of White Vinegar
1. Measure out about 1 cup of milk.
(We use whole milk because it's what our girls drink)
2. Pour 1 Tablespoon of white vinegar into the milk.
3. Let it sit out for 5 minutes.
(You'll notice it will start to look "bubbly" or curdled. That's okay.)
I've never noticed a difference in taste in the completed recipes, and I use this substitute quite often. It stinks to have everything ready to go for baking, only to realize you're missing one ingredient. If you stock white vinegar in your pantry, you'll be set!
*Looking for a few yummy recipes with buttermilk in them? Here are two of my faves!
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