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How do you make sour milk from regular milk?

  • You can use whole milk or 2% lowfat milk. Skim milk has too little fat content to curdle properly.
  • Many people prefer using lemon juice to curdle the milk, but white vinegar works just as well. ...
  • Multiply the recipe as needed. For instance, add 2 US tbsp (30 mL) of acid to 2 c (470 mL) of milk if you need 2 cups of buttermilk.

What kind of milk should I use in recipes?

  • Coconut Milk – This is my favorite. ...
  • Almond Milk – I often drink almond milk by itself, but I’m not as big fan of using almond milk in protein shakes. ...
  • Coconut Almond Blend – I think this adds a lot of flavor to a shake. ...
  • Heavy cream and water – Heavy cream has practically zero carbs, which makes it great for shakes. ...

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What do I substitute for "sour milk"?

What do I substitute for "sour milk"? I use a tablespoon, not a teaspoon, and sometimes use lemon juice instead of vinegar, if that's more convenient. I typically put the vinegar in the measuring cup and then pour in the milk to make a cup or up to 1 and 1/4 cup (whatever the recipe calls for).

How to make sour milk and a substitute for buttermilk?

  • You can make sour milk with fat-free, reduced-fat, or whole milk.
  • Use lemon juice or white distilled vinegar with 5% acidity, which has a neutral in taste and is colorless. ...
  • The lemon juice can be freshly squeezed or bottled. ...
  • Some recipes for sour milk list cream of tartar as an acidifier. ...
  • It is best to start with milk at room temperature. ...

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