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Buttermilk ?

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    Buttermilk ?

    I like to cook and bake, but more and more recipies include buttermilk. I've not been able to find any in the shops around my place... does anyone know where I can find some, and if it really makes a difference compared to normal milk ?
    Thanks !

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    I used to be able to find buttermilk at Great and also at Olivers, I think. Check there. good luck! Never substituted normal milk for it.

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    You can try using a substitute instead
    Buttermilk Substitute - How to Make Buttermilk

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    Great !! thank you very much, I'll try both !

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    Buttermilk is totally worth it :)

    ThreeSixty sell the powdered kind (baking section). Its really worth it because it lasts longer
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    Park and Shop also sells it.

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    Park n Shop at Parkview occasionally have it in stock. More often I have seen it at Marketplace at Repulse Bay.

    I do think it makes a big difference in the taste of scones etc.

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    Go to 360 supermarket. They have stock constantly!

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