How to Make Cultured Buttermilk at Home – courtesy of Microcosm Publishing

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Microcosm Publishing, based in Portland Oregon sent me an advanced copy of a very interesting book due for launch. The book is called Wild Fermentation and covers a myriad of fermentation recipes from brine pickles to cider vinegar, kimchi and loads more. The final publication will be in hard cover with full color photography. You can check out the website by clicking the link below in the description.
One of the recipes in the book is how to make cultured buttermilk, and other than the overnight wait, it is really quick and super-easy.
All you need is a liter of full cream milk and a bottle of cultured buttermilk to use as the starter culture.
Pour a quarter cup of the cultured buttermilk into a large jug.
Pour in the milk and give this a good stir.
Put a lid on the jug or cover it with cling wrap and place this in a warm place to ferment overnight.
The following day you will have more than a liter of lovely thick, creamy buttermilk.
This will last for months covered in the refrigerator, and you can use this starter to make even more buttermilk as required.
Stay tuned for tomorrows episode when we use this buttermilk to make a batch of buttermilk rusks, South Africas traditional crispy, crunchy dunking biscuit.
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