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A question about a recipe: Cultured Coconut Milk Cornbread

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I have a question about the recipe "Cultured Coconut Milk Cornbread" from Beth Kirby | {local milk}. Can I use regular canned coconut milk mixed with some apple cider vinegar instead of the cultured coconut milk?

asked by Katie Z. 12 months ago
3 answers 410 views
Photo_squirrel
added 12 months ago

katie, i think that would work in recreating the coconut flavor and the tang of buttermilk . i guess we both know that you can use regular milk and vinegar to approximate buttermilk (but i am wondering if cider vinegar, which is less acid than white vinegar, wiould not work as well as white vinegar.)I don't THINK the thinness of your idea would be a drawback but if someone says it would, then i would recommend sub'ing plain yoghurt, sour cream or regular buttermilk.
http://food52.com/recipes...

Photo_squirrel
added 12 months ago

katie, the recipe creator may not look at the hotline but you could email her via her member profile pg and she will likely rcve that.

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added 12 months ago

Thanks, for the head's up, Le Bec Fin! I'll try that :)