How To Make Sour Milk {Instantly OR The Long Way}

This is how to make sour milk easily at home. Sour milk is frequently used in baking recipes and makes for a great buttermilk substitute too.

To make 1 cup of sour milk (250 ml( add one 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of vinegar or lemon juice to a measuring cup and then enough milk to equal 1 cup (250 mL). Stir and let stand for 5 minutes before using.

Traditionally made sour milk done in the old way from raw (unpasteurized) whole milk that has been left out somewhere warm to naturally turn is a healthful dairy product that has an incredible array of uses.

The differences between sour milk, spoiled milk and buttermilk


Spoiled Milk

Sour milk is raw milk that has been left out at room (or warmer) temperatures for a period of time until it becomes slightly thicker and takes on a sour taste.


Then there is also buttermilk which is the liquid leftover from the butter-making process.

Sweet & Acid Whey

And of course, there is also whey which is the liquid leftover from the cheesemaking process.

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