• Cultured Buttermilk (Make your own)

    1 c. powdered milk
    4 c. water
    1/2 c. commercial buttermilk
    Pinch of salt

    Mix nonfat dry milk and water until dissolved. Do not chill. Stir
    in buttermilk and salt. Let stand at room temperature overnight.
    Stir until smooth. Chill before serving. Keep in covered container
    in refrigerator. Good for cooking too.

    Reserve 1/2 cup for your next batch starter.

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