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Old 04-12-2017, 11:11 AM   #11
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I have started making homemade yogurt. I have been replacing the buttermilk/milk in my recipe with whey I have strained from my yogurt. My waffles and pancakes now are very light, tender and fluffy. I also use baking powder and baking soda (they go crazy for the whey) and some cornmeal. The added protein and probiotics are a plus for us. So maybe your answer would be to use buttermilk, yogurt or whey (if you make yogurt). The acid will react with the baking powder and help fluff up your waffles. Hope this helps.

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