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November 20, 2012


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Your cup cakes look so delicious.
I am new to baking. I wonder why you mixed milk and white vinegar. Were you making a butter milk? If so, can I just use lemon juice to mix with milk. Thanks!


Looks scrumpulicious!!!!


Hi Vivian,

Yes, making buttermilk was the objective of mixing milk with vinegar. I hardly ever buy buttermilk because it inevitably goes bad. You can mix 1 cup of regular milk with 1 tablespoon of acid (vinegar or lemon juice). I'll also often substitute buttermilk with the same amount of yogurt or sour cream (whatever I have in the fridge!). You can even turn the cupcake recipe dairy-free by substituting almond milk or soy milk for the cow milk.

Good luck with your new adventures in baking!



Thanks hajjifoodie!

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