- A cultured blend of sweet cream, churned buttermilk, sweet dairy whey, and lactic acid.
- Allergen Information
- All SACO products are tree nut, peanut and gluten free!
SACO cultured Buttermilk Blend...
SACO Cultured Buttermilk Blend is the first real buttermilk available to consumers in generations, and the only cultured dry buttermilk currently available on grocers’ shelves. We make SACO Buttermilk Blend from real sweet cream, churned buttermilk – unlike the fluid buttermilks found in today’s dairy cases that are made from skim milk instead of real buttermilk. Because SACO Buttermilk Blend is made with real buttermilk, it contains natural emulsifiers that remain after the butter has been churned. These emulsifiers improve the volume, texture, and aroma of your baked goods, and extend their freshness.
Bread MachineSACO Cultured Buttermilk Blend can be used in nearly any recipe that calls for liquid buttermilk or soured milk. It’s available in 12- and 16-ounce canisters, or in a handy 4/1-cup envelope box. Ready when you are, our Cultured Buttermilk Blend stores for years on your pantry shelf, or, after opening, in your refrigerator!
Keep SACO Cultured Buttermilk Blend on hand for all your cooking and baking needs!
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|When recipe calls for:||Use this much SACO Buttermilk Blend:||Use this much water:|
|2 Tbsp. Buttermilk||1 1/2 tsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||2 Tbsp. water|
|1/4 cup Buttermilk||1 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||1/4 cup water|
|1/3 cup Buttermilk||1 1/4 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||1/3 cup water|
|1/2 cup Buttermilk||2 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||1/2 cup water|
|2/3 cup Buttermilk||2 1/2 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||2/3 cup water|
|3/4 cup Buttermilk||3 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||3/4 cup water|
|1 cup Buttermilk||4 Tbsp. SACO Buttermilk Blend||1 cup water|
|Usage instructions:||First mix the dry Buttermilk Blend with the other dry ingredients. Then add the appropriate amount of water when the recipe calls for liquid buttermilk.|
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