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How to Drink Buttermilk

buttermilkSo, after walking around Market Market in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, it was the usual dinner before heading home just outside the mall before the parking spaces. I chanced upon a small stall offering dairy products near the paid comfort rooms and washer beside the food court (outside). So I sampled buttermilk to bring home. 

Being a noob, I had no idea how it tasted like and I assumed that it can be consumed because it was offered through the usual milk bottle. But when I poured the contents onto a cup, it looked buttery that I can safely say it can become butter with a few more days of fermentation. So I headed over to Google, the best friend. :)

Apparently, the buttery look is typical of buttermilk; hence, it’s where the name was derived from. But it’s more usually used for baking and cooking than drinking. But you can still drink it. Just shake the bottle well and add sugar to minimize the weird taste.

Kampai for buttermilk! 
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