Buttermilk: Buttermilk (sometimes called buttermilk) or beaten milk is a white liquid, with a sour taste, traditionally obtained from fresh or fermented milk after the manufacture of butter by churning; it is also made directly from fresh milk by adding ferments.
This digestible food is used as a drink and is involved in the preparation of various dishes, on all continents. It can be eaten raw or cooked.
Buttermilk is also the stick that is used to beat the butter ...
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