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Everything You Can Do If You Bought Too Much Fresh Milk

Don't waste it!
Once you open a carton or bottle of fresh milk, the clock starts ticking as to when it will spoil. Sometimes, you just have too much milk on your hands. So, what can you do with all that milk before it goes ...

Your Red Velvet Cupcakes Need Buttermilk + Here's How to Make It

There’s a super easy substitute you can make and use for every recipe that calls for it.
This holiday season, we're pretty sure red velvet desserts will be in abundance on buffet tables! If you’re in on the red velvet trend, you’re probably on the hunt for buttermilk, that elusive dairy liquid that is essential to not only baking ...

Buttermilk Waffles Recipe

Yes, you can make buttermilk so there's no reason to not have crisp waffles every morning.
Buttermilk waffles are easy to make! The biggest difference between pancakes and waffles is that the eggs are separated and the whites are beaten until stiff and foamy, creating the crisp edges that differentiate it from fluffy pancakes.  ...

Buttermilk Pancakes with Apples Recipe

Swap out pancakes mix for fluffy, tart buttermilk pancakes!
When making pancakes, set aside instant mixes and make your light and fluffy diner-style pancakes from scratch. So easy! ...

What Is Buttermilk and Why Do You Need it for Fried Chicken?

Does buttermilk really make your fried chicken better?
The process of creating butter starts from churning heavy cream. When heavy cream is churned, it separates into two—solid butterfat, which is further processed into butter, and buttermilk. Buttermilk is the lightly sour, slightly acidic liquid left behind after the churning process ...

SHOP WITH YUMMY: Where Can I Buy Buttermilk?

Head to the local weekend markets!
When heavy cream is churned into butter, it separates into two: butterfat (which is then processed into butter) and buttermilk. Buttermilk is the liquid left behind after the churning process. It’s lightly acidic, which is good for many things in the kitchen and the ...

WATCH: How to Make Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Soaking chicken in buttermilk and double-dredging it in flavorful breading takes this fried chicken recipe to the next level!
The secret to this delicious batch of fried chicken is letting the chicken soak in buttermilk for at least 30 minutes and double dredging it before frying. If you don't have buttermilk, you can add a dash of vinegar to fresh milk to ...

Southern-Style Fried Chicken

Chicken tip: Marinating the chicken pieces in buttermilk or yogurt is the key to juicy fried chicken.
Love fried chicken? Try this easy recipe: Combine buttermilk or yogurt and fried chicken seasoning. Chicken tip: Marinating the chicken pieces in buttermilk or yogurt is the key to juicy fried chicken. ...

Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Coffee Glaze Recipe

Hugged by a sweet, smoky coffee-infused glaze, it's nothing but finger lickin' good!
Get your hands dirty and enjoy crispy battered chicken in a fresh new way. Hugged by a sweet, smoky coffee-infused glaze, it’s nothing but finger lickin’ good! ...
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