I remember years ago having powdered Buttermilk in my kitchen pantry.
It came in so handy but eventually I didn't notice it on store shelves anymore and began to buy fresh Buttermilk in the dairy case.
Buttermilk can often be substituted in recipes by adding a bit of lemon juice or vinegar to fresh milk.
Buttermilk creates a light batter which makes a light fluffy pancake or cake . .
cookie or muffin.
Some time ago I rediscovered the Powdered version of Cultured Buttermilk when I was across the line (as in the US border). I couldn't resist picking up a container and have been adding it into recipes with fantastic results ever since. Has anyone found a place to buy it in Canada? I'd love to know where.
There are many options to purchase it online too. ..in case you can't find it and a drive across the line is not an option for an afternoon.
Fresh Buttermilk which has a relatively long shelf life in the refrigerator is still the best route and I love to support our farmers but if want to make your own buttermilk baking mixes. ..you will need the powder.
Wondering what I could possibly need it for?
Check out the MGCC website today and you will see.