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Old 08-13-2017, 02:59 PM   #11
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I've used this for years now in
ANYTHING that calls for Buttermilk!
Buttermilk Blend
We don't drink buttermilk, so therefore
I don't have it on hand, nor do I
keep lemons readily available either.
This powdered buttermilk works great
in any recipe I've made that calls for
buttermilk, AND it keeps in the `fridge FOR EVER
(I just bought a new container and it's good until the end of 2021)!

Thank you for posting this...
Years ago, I kept this or another brand on hand.. I'd forgotten all about it (along with many things as I've aged) and while the lemon/vinegar/milk thing works, I recall that this product was/is superior..

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Old 08-13-2017, 03:19 PM   #12
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Thank you for posting this...
Years ago, I kept this or another brand on hand.. I'd forgotten all about it (along with many things as I've aged) and while the lemon/vinegar/milk thing works, I recall that this product was/is superior..

Ross
I follow the recipe on their website for Buttermilk Waffles.
I mix up a batch, leave it sit on the counter for a while,
as the Waffle Iron heats, it puffs up real nice like,
and it's time for brunch

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Old 08-13-2017, 06:49 PM   #13
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My aunt gave me a recipe for waffles that is outstanding. You have to separate the eggs and whip the whites and fold them in. I found it just recently because DD asked for it and I have to type it up for her and will post it when I do. It's the best recipe I have found for waffles, bar true Leige waffles, I have ever had.
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My aunt gave me a recipe for waffles that is outstanding. You have to separate the eggs and whip the whites and fold them in. I found it just recently because DD asked for it and I have to type it up for her and will post it when I do. It's the best recipe I have found for waffles, bar true Leige waffles, I have ever had.
OH! Please do med, DH loves waffles.
I remember somewhere far in the recess of my brain,
making pancakes utilizing that technique...
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My BH&G 1978 edition called "Complete Step-By-Step Cook Book has the waffle recipe I've used since that time.. It calls for whipping the whites separately also..

I recall using an old fashioned yeast recipe, just to try something different and old.. That was a good recipe but, the BH&G remains my go to..

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