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Old 25th May 2011, 13:01   #1 (permalink)
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Buttermilk and bread soda????

Is it possible to get buttermilk and bread soda in Turkey? Specifically in Didim.
I have seen baking powder but not bread soda.
Could Ayran be substituted for Buttermilk? I know I can put lemon juice into ordinary milk to "turn" it, but it is not really the same.
Help please.

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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

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Is it possible to get buttermilk and bread soda in Turkey? Specifically in Didim.
I have seen baking powder but not bread soda.
Could Ayran be substituted for Buttermilk? I know I can put lemon juice into ordinary milk to "turn" it, but it is not really the same.
Help please.

Mary.
Have been told that Aran is a good substitue of butter milk
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

Hi Mary...yoğurt is used a lot in makng some soft breads ..
the women in yusufs family made lovely soft rounds and top them with different pastes..sometimes minced meat..or just a hot pepper paste..they are really lovely..they dont stick to a recipe..they just know the amouts to use..i will try and get sort of accurate amounts
buttermilk is called yayık ayranı..and there are some places you can get it...i suppose places in the villges where they make butter themelves will have it.
the only baking soda ive seen is karbartma tozu..(bicar)
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

Great Shirley, thanks for that.
I feel a bout of scones, soda bread, and muffins coming on!!!
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

Hi Mary made my own Soda Farls when I was out a few weeks ago, you can buy bicarbonate of soda, use a teaspoon added to enough flour (4 cups) a little salt, I had no ayran and used yoghurt. Hubby thought it made the best soda bread of all )
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

Well I never got to the baking after all. My neighbours little girl has chicken-pox and I gave her what Bicarb I had. Why you might ask? Bicarb and a tot of water, mixed to a paste, and rubbed on the spots eases the itch from chicken-pox. Scones etc postponed for another day.



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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

a bicarb gargle will also loosen the white lumps you sometimes see in tonsils after an infection
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

Would you mind expanding on that ShirleyAnn ,Has my nephew suffers terrible with throat infections and is told to gargle salt Yuck
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

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Hi Mary...yoğurt is used a lot in makng some soft breads ..
the women in yusufs family made lovely soft rounds and top them with different pastes..sometimes minced meat..or just a hot pepper paste..they are really lovely..they dont stick to a recipe..they just know the amouts to use..i will try and get sort of accurate amounts
buttermilk is called yayık ayranı..and there are some places you can get it...i suppose places in the villges where they make butter themelves will have it.
the only baking soda ive seen is karbartma tozu..(bicar)
yeh im sure yoghurt is also used in the production of Naan bread
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Re: Buttermilk and bread soda????

hi zuberdust..a lot of Turkish cooking methods are similar to Pakistan...
in Hatay most villages have Tandoor oven everybody uses for bread you cant beat the taste
Thingthong..salt is also a good gargle..but the bicarb helps to take away the mucky stuff that you sometimes see on infected tonsils.
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