Powdered Buttermilk

Decorating By ShandiKakes Updated 29 Dec 2013 , 2:55pm by -K8memphis

ShandiKakes Posted 29 Dec 2013 , 1:51pm
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I bought some Saco powdered buttermilk about a week ago to make red velvet cookies.  I scooped out what I needed and put it back in the pantry.  I just got it out to use it for a non-cake purpose and noticed on the lid it says to refrigerate after opening!  It's on there twice so I figure it must really need it.  The expiration says 2017.  Before I threw it away I wanted to ask on here and see if anyone knows if it really does need to be kept in the fridge.  I hate to throw out an almost new container of anything if it's not necessary.  Thanks 

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-K8memphis Posted 29 Dec 2013 , 2:14pm
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wow--what all is in it? this is a good example where reading the ingredients and knowing what they mean could come in handy--


i would probably keep it and use it for home use depending on what the ingredients said--


drinking it--no


cooking and baking with it- probably ok

RubinaD Posted 29 Dec 2013 , 2:17pm
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contact the company to make sure. I wouldn't want to use something that may have spoiled even if it's used just for my family.

ShandiKakes Posted 29 Dec 2013 , 2:51pm
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AOk yea. I'm going to call them and see what they say. In the meantime, I just went and bought a new one. :). Thanks!

-K8memphis Posted 29 Dec 2013 , 2:55pm
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rubina's got the right idea--



Ready when you are, our Cultured Buttermilk Blend stores for years on your pantry shelf, or, after opening, in your refrigerator! 


it's real buttermilk--not the kind we have today that is made from an additive and mislabeled as 'buttermilk'--


i'm real curious what the company will say if you contact them--


i'm gonna guess you lost some of the freshness--not that it went bad on you--but that it is a bit weaker product--but that's just a guess

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