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Buttermilk Did you ever get ready to make a recipe that calls for buttermilk  to find that you don’t have any on hand?   Here is a handy tip on how to make a substitute for buttermilk in a recipe. Many of you...

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from Whole and Heavenly Oven

How To Make Homemade Buttermilk (with just 2 ingredients!)

Out of buttermilk? No need to run to the store anymore, when you can easily make your own with only two ingredients in less than ten minutes! @WholeHeavenly

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Homemade Buttermilk-cause I hate buying a whole carton when my recipes only call for a cup or so!! Need: Milk vinegar or lemon juice Measure 1tbl of lemon juice or vinegar into 1 Cup, add milk to fill the cup. Let stand for 5 minutes. Your buttermilk is ready to use in your recipe.

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from Diethood

How to Make Buttermilk

How to make Homemade Buttermilk with just 2 ingredients: Milk and White Vinegar.

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from BuzzFeed

Here's A Mouthwatering Step-By-Step Guide To Making The Most Insanely Delicious Fried Chicken

The Most Insanely Delicious Fried Chicken ~ Literally nothing compares to that first bite of this crispy, crunchy coating and piping hot meat.

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from Created by Diane

How to make Buttermilk

Many recipes call for buttermilk, if you don’t have any on hand this is a great substitute / @createdbydiane

from Lazy Budget Chef

How to Make Buttermilk from Regular Milk

How to make buttermilk from milk or yogurt. Pinning this for later so I never run out of buttermilk again! Also gives directions to make lactose free dairy free buttermilk #recipe

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from The Huffington Post

No Butter? No Problem. Every Baking Substitute You Could Ever Need.

Every baking substitution you could possibly need #coupon code nicesup123 gets 25% off at www.Skinception.com and www.leadingedgehealth.com

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3 eggs 1/3 cup water 1 cup hot red pepper sauce (I like Louisiana Hot Sauce) 4 cups flour 2 teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoon paprika 3 teaspoons cayenne pepper 1 quart buttermilk (optional) Salt, Pepper, and Garlic Powder (to taste) 1 (1 to 2 1/2-pound) chicken, cut into pieces Peanut Oil, for frying

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