Butterworks' buttermilk is light, creamy and slightly tart. It adds flavor and nutrition to a dish, or some enjoy it on it's own.
Store in the refrigerator.
Jack and Ann at Butterworks make a wonderful cultured Buttermilk from the same milk used to make their exceptional yogurt products, and is now from cows that are 100% grass fed as well as Organic.
This product is cultured with a lactic acid starter, and is made from jersey milk that has been flashed pasteurized and skimmed of cream.
Jack and Ann are masters in the art of dairying. They use holistic practices to create a sustainable farm that produces some of the best dairy and grain products in New England. Butterworks was one of the first Organic Dairies in the region, and they have tended to their soil and animals in a way that assures many decades of bounty, flavor and beauty for our great grandchildren.
I love this for baking - particularly buttermilk biscuits! Does this dairy also make a full-fat version? I generally prefer full fat dairy - less processing, though must be used in moderation :)
Silky, thick and not too tangy, this buttermilk makes a tasty topping for fresh berries or sliced peaches drizzled with real maple syrup. My first bottle had these odd little curds floating in the liquid (so I am going to make zucchini bread with it). The second bottle, however, was perfect.
Wow, this is very thick and creamy. It's improved everything I've baked with it, especially with whole wheat bread flour.
Very thick. Made wonderful pancakes.