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Re: buttermilk [Re: Jim_Conrad] #16056450 05/04/21
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
It sucks that you can only find "low fat" buttermilk out here.



Thats gayer'n aids.


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So gay. Rheeeeeeeeee!

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Re: buttermilk [Re: stxhunter] #16056452 05/04/21
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Its for cooking n schit.

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I need to buy some, just to taste it, so I can have a frame of reference here. I gotta plead total ignorance on this thang.

Re: buttermilk [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #16056468 05/04/21
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Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
I need to buy some, just to taste it, so I can have a frame of reference here. I gotta plead total ignorance on this thang.


Consider yourself lucky - ignorance is bliss in this case.


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Originally Posted by 5sdad
Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
I need to buy some, just to taste it, so I can have a frame of reference here. I gotta plead total ignorance on this thang.


Consider yourself lucky - ignorance is bliss in this case.



Hahaha! Says the guy who used to skin hog schit outta hog guts and then pack them in a pail.

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I'm going to Walmart later this week.

I'll get some...to be continued..

Re: buttermilk [Re: Ghostinthemachine] #16056829 05/05/21
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Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
I'm going to Walmart later this week.

I'll get some...to be continued..


My Walmart is not the best place to buy buttermilk. I think they carry an upscale brand and usually only have a few containers of it. I buy mine at one of the local grocery stores.
OTOH Walmart Great Value 1/2 & 1/2 for coffee is the absolute best, always very fresh and the price is right.


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It's like drinking puke. Silage, isn't that what livestock eat?


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Re: buttermilk [Re: stxhunter] #16056852 05/05/21
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I grew up on a dairy farm and my mother and grandmothers churned our butter. That probably made the best buttermilk and it still sucked. Good in homemade ice cream though.

Re: buttermilk [Re: stxhunter] #16056900 05/05/21
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Gag reflex...hurl.

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It's good cooking, Buttermilk marinated chicken.


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Re: buttermilk [Re: Jim_Conrad] #16057153 05/05/21
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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Originally Posted by 5sdad
Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
I need to buy some, just to taste it, so I can have a frame of reference here. I gotta plead total ignorance on this thang.


Consider yourself lucky - ignorance is bliss in this case.



Hahaha! Says the guy who used to skin hog schit outta hog guts and then pack them in a pail.






Hey, at least I was smart enough not to eat them! grin


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Re: buttermilk [Re: stxhunter] #16057173 05/05/21
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Hahaha!

That is true.

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Re: buttermilk [Re: wabigoon] #16057178 05/05/21
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Of course, Roy had both Trigger and Bullet stuffed when they passed. This caused Dale a great deal of concern.


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Re: buttermilk [Re: stxhunter] #16057675 05/05/21
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Originally Posted by stxhunter
nectar of the gods.


One time when I got real run down I got a mouth full of canker sores, My GP told me to drink a quart of buttermilk a day and they would go away. It didn't work but by the end of the first week I was addicted to buttermilk. I finally went to Austin Diagnostic Clinic and they prescribed some mouthwash with tetracycline in it. The canker sores disappeared in a few days.

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Originally Posted by victoro
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nectar of the gods.


One time when I got real run down I got a mouth full of canker sores, My GP told me to drink a quart of buttermilk a day and they would go away. It didn't work but by the end of the first week I was addicted to buttermilk. I finally went to Austin Diagnostic Clinic and they prescribed some mouthwash with tetracycline in it. The canker sores disappeared in a few days.

I always have some in the fridge.


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