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    I'm making a soup and the last step calls for adding buttermilk...?

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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.I'm making a soup and the last step calls for adding buttermilk...?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(I'm making a soup and the last step calls for adding buttermilk...?),it will help you,my kids.

its a cold cucumber lime soup. i%26#039;ve tasted what i have so far and its VERY tart. the last step before chilling it, is to cool it (which its doing right now) and then add buttermilk. my question is, the soup is already PLENTY tart for my taste, so, won%26#039;t the buttermilk, being essentially tart milk, make it even MORE tart? or does buttermilk do some magical thing i%26#039;m unaware of where it lessens the tartness of foods? if it does what i think, and makes the soup even more tart, then i will just substitute the buttermilk with extra coconut milk from the earlier steps instead...that should work too, right?
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yeah you can sub the milks...buttermilk will just make it really rich too. that is why it calls for it :-)
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buttermilk is really good for and it will make the soup thick and creamyy!!! thats why they say that. mii mom make that soup alot when its hot out!!! its really good trust me!!!
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I suggest you use fresh whipped cream instead of buttermilk.
Cream makes it more fluffy
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I%26#039;d be worried about that too. I think I would just use plain milk and taste it to see, especially if it%26#039;s already tart.

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