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Old 12th April 2014, 14:02   #1 (permalink)
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Buttermilk

Can you get buttermilk in Turkey. Want to make Irish pancakes and soda bread.
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Isn't ayran buttermilk?
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Re: Buttermilk

Can I wake this thread up, please?

Trying Irish Soda Bread recipe, and they all want buttermilk. What is the Turkish equivalent?

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Re: Buttermilk

Take a look here = Tureng - buttermilk - Turkish English Dictionary and https://cinquecentoproject.wordpress...is-buttermilk/ and how to make your own Turkish buttermilk = Turkish Buttermilk
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Re: Buttermilk

That makes life easy! Like the author of one of your links, I consider Ayran to be an acquired taste: one sip for me was enough to know I never wanted to acquire it.

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Re: Buttermilk

Ayran from Bim is quite sublime.The rest pale into insignificance.Love the stuff.As for Buttermilk, make your own, it is a by-product of making butter.
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Re: Buttermilk

I have got a bun in the oven (!) as I sit here. Made from Ayran. We will see.

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ps That seems to have worked OK with the ayran. Good crust and centre not too dense.

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Re: Buttermilk

I read somewhere that using full fat milk and putting a teaspoon of lemon juice or vinegar
into a pint of milk does the same. The acidity of the juice or vinegar does the trick.
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