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Please note that some substitutes may make a slight difference in the taste, texture, richness or moisture of your finished product. These milk substitute ideas are meant to save you a trip to the store before completing your recipe.
Some people say that you can use vinegar to make buttermilk but, although the addition of vinegar will sour the milk, we don't like the taste that it adds to the resulting recipe. Using lemon juice to make buttermilk will still provide a delicate taste in your baked good.
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A note regarding Substitutions...
Using these substitute suggestions may slightly alter the taste, texture or appearance of your resulting recipe. However, we recommend these substitutions as similar replacement ingredients when the original ingredients are unavailable.