How To Make Sour Milk

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Many a time, if you are looking forward to baking, you may need sour milk. It is also used as a substitute for buttermilk and a starter for cheese and yogurt. Making sour milk is quite easy and there are different ways you can do it. The most common recipe involves mixing lemon juice with milk. However, those of you who want to add a different flavor to sour milk can also use vinegar.

How To Make Sour Milk
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    Servings Prep Time
    1 cup 1 minute
    Passive Time
    5 minutes
    Servings Prep Time
    1 cup 1 minute
    Passive Time
    5 minutes
    How To Make Sour Milk
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    A perfect addition to your baking recipes!
      Servings Prep Time
      1 cup 1 minute
      Passive Time
      5 minutes
      Servings Prep Time
      1 cup 1 minute
      Passive Time
      5 minutes
      Ingredients
      Sour Milk with Lemon Juice
      Sour Milk with Vinegar
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      Instructions
      Sour Milk with Lemon Juice
      1. Add lemon juice to the milk and stir it for about 30 seconds.
      2. As soon as you see the milk and the lemon juice blend perfectly, let the milk rest for 5 minutes at room temperature.
      3. When the milk starts curdling, that's when you know your homemade sour milk is ready!
      Sour Milk with Vinegar
      1. Add vinegar to the milk and stir it for 30 seconds.
      2. Once you see the milk and the vinegar blend perfectly, stop stirring and let the milk rest for 5 minutes at room temperature.
      3. You will notice the milk starts to thicken. Your sour milk is ready!
      Recipe Notes
      Warming the milk will help to sour the milk quicker.

      You can use different kinds of vinegar like apple cider vinegar for a flavored sour milk.

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