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Old 08-20-2012, 05:50 PM   #11
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I would check the date on the buttermilk, if it's old, it will not work as well as fresh. Also, I've heated buttermilk before and I just stir it gently while it's heating over a low heat with a wooden spoon. I've never added anything to it, but I can't imagine that oil and honey would make it curdle. I remove it as soon as it "feels" warm, meaning I stick my finger in it to test. Also are you using pure vegetable oil or canola/corn/olive? The type of oil may have something to do with it. Hope this helps.
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If making bread, powdered buttermilk dissolved in warm-almost hot water would work.
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When I need warm buttermilk, I make it by heating some milk and adding cider vinegar, then stir.
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