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When using a bread machine on the dough setting if the recipe calI's for powdered non-fat milk can you use powdered buttermilk ?? I can't seem to find an answer..
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asked by s-chapstick about 8 years ago

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nutcakes
added about 8 years ago

What quanitty does the recipe call for in relation to the flour? I would give it a try, but I'm pretty sure you can also just omit it. Maybe your loaf will be less tender.

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s-chapstick
added about 8 years ago

Hi, It calls for 1/2 cup. It's an Asiago Black Pepper bread

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Abra Bennett
added about 8 years ago

You'll be changing the acidity of the dough, so you might want to increase the sugar a bit to compensate.

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s-chapstick
added about 8 years ago

O.K. thank you

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Westy
added about 8 years ago

Why not use a recipe for Buttermilk Bread instead. If you need one
I will post one.

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