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Question by  Michele (20)

How can I make buttermilk out of powdered milk?


Answer by  Karen54 (971)

If you make a recipe that requires buttermilk, try this simple recipe. For every cup of buttermilk you need, mix 1 cup of powered milk according to the package directions. For each cup of buttermilk add one tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice. Mix well. Let sit for 5 minutes before use.


Answer by  Anonymous

I by accident made buttermilk using yogurt culture and made milk using powdered milk. I used 1 cup store bought mountainhigh plain yogurt and 3 qts of milk that I reconstiuted from powdered milk 3 cups for 3 quarts of hot water.Mix well keep warm for 12 hours 105 tempurture


Answer by  heatherh (33)

Prepare the powdered milk as directed on the can. Then add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar to the milk. If you do not have vinegar you can also use fresh lemon juice. Let mixture sit for 10 minutes and you will have wonderful buttermilk.


Answer by  mansi (521)

You will need commercial buttermilk as a starter. Mix up a quart of reconstituted milk by combining 3 3/4-cup water with 1 1/3 cups dry milk powder. Add 1/2 cup of fresh buttermilk, purchased from the store. Allow it to sit on the counter overnight. In the morning it will be buttermilk.

posted by Anonymous
This is the one I have been looking for. Thank you so much. Was used in our family for years. Then I forgot/lost the recipe. now I will write it down.  add a comment
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