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 What Can Be a Substitute for Buttermilk?

Answer Originally, buttermilk was the sour milk left after making butter. In the 21st century, buttermilk is low-fat milk with lactic acid added to it for a tangy flavor and smooth texture. If buttermilk... Read More »
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How to Substitute Buttermilk for Evaporated Milk?

Not everyone has all of the ingredients required in a recipe--especially rarely used foods like evaporated milk. Evaporated milk has had half of the water removed, making it a denser product than m... Read More »
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Can you substitute milk&vinegar for buttermilk?

According to "Joy of Cooking," you can substitute milk and vinegar for buttermilk. The milk should be at 70 degrees Fahrenheit and "soured" using 1 tbsp. of vinegar per cup of milk. However, you sh... Read More »
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Can I substitute buttermilk for milk with Jiffy baking mix?

Though Jiffy offers several mixes with buttermilk flavor, in its standard baking mix, buttermilk can replace milk with a slight alteration. In Betty Crocker's baking tips, buttermilk is credited wi... Read More »
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I am looking for a seasoning substitute for any type of seaweed product for making a vegan fish substitute.?

Old bay makes quite a few seafood seasonings. There are many , but these can be found in any supermarket. Anything natural thats going to give it a "seaweed" taste like nori, kelp, wakame, etcc. co... Read More »
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