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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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buttermilkbut‧ter‧milk /ˈbʌtəˌmɪlk $ -ər-/ noun [uncountable]  DFDthe liquid that remains after butter has been made
Examples from the Corpus
buttermilkCombine first 7 ingredients in a large mixer bowl and add buttermilk, butter and eggs.Combine egg and buttermilk, and stir into flour mixture just until ingredients are moistened.Add the eggs, vanilla and buttermilk and mix well.Combine buttermilk and soda and add to creamed mixture alternately with flour, beating well after each addition.Stacks of cinnamon bread, bowls of butter and honey, glasses of buttermilk.Gaperon is rounded in shape and made from skimmed milk or buttermilk and often flavoured with garlic or peppercorns.Whisk eggs until light in large bowl and beat in 1 1 / 2 cups persimmon pulp, buttermilk and melted butter.Mix in the buttermilk to make a firm but soft dough, kneading lightly until smooth. 4.
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