Friday, June 28, 2019

How to make cultured (real) buttermilk video tutorial

Made a 5-minute video tutorial today for how to make real, fermented, probiotic-rich buttermilk quickly and easily at home.

Any local peeps who would like to get some buttermilk starter from me (for free), please just let me know.

Milk can be curdled with any acid (such as lemon juice or vinegar) to mimic the consistency of buttermilk, but that is not real buttermilk. In a pinch, that will work for a recipe, but you are getting none of the health benefits that fermented foods such as real buttermilk offer.

This is the starter culture I am using:
2-quart mason jars:

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1 comment:

  1. Hello, leaving a comment here since I've no social media and no other way to contact you.
    Mrs. Anderson, you commented jokingly about yourself in a recent video that you looked so tired that one of your eyes wasn't even open all the way. I've noticed this change in your appearance over the past several months and to me it looks more like exopthalmos (a bulging) of one eye than enopthalmos or pitosis (recession or drooping eyelid) of the other eye. There are many underlying reasons from benign to serious that either of these apparent conditions can occur and I wanted to suggest that it might be worth looking into.
    Lord bless you!


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