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Cultured dairy doesn't always have to stay on the sidelines at meal time.
You can find recipes that use Cultured Buttermilk, Sour Cream, and Crème Fraîche, taking your traditional dishes to whole new level of flavor - all with the benefits of cultured foods.
Get your family ready for the day with melt-in-your-mouth Buttermilk Biscuits at breakfast, and surprise your coworkers with rich Sour Cream Doughnuts snack. Enjoy an energizing lunch with a side of Pea and Crème Fraîche Salad, and close the day with a quick, satisfying, 30-Minute Skillet Stroganoff dinner. The possibilities are endless!
Explore our recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Make this refreshing probiotic-rich mango smoothie using milk kefir, yogurt or buttermilk as the base. Non-dairy? No problem! Use coconut yogurt or kefir instead.
Put your yogurt, kefir, or cultured buttermilk to work for you. Make a delicious cultured dairy fruit smoothie for breakfast, snack, or even dessert!
Don’t throw out that extra whey drained from Greek-style yogurt or making cheese. It contains lots of nutrients and probiotics and makes delicious smoothies!
Creamy with crushed peppercorns, this kefir-based dressing is sure to be a new family favorite. Use it as a dressing or top burgers and other meats with it, for an amazing blend of flavors.
Somewhat resembling sweetened condensed milk, this old-fashioned recipe makes a delicious drink for a cold winter evening.
This cheese, because it is heated, is fairly dry in texture and can be tossed into a salad or sprinkled over casseroles with delicious ease.
An easy recipe for a delicious banana smoothie your whole family will love, made with milk kefir, yogurt or buttermilk.
Delicious pancakes made with almond flour and cultured dairy such as yogurt, sour cream, kefir, or buttermilk. Top with butter and syrup for a new family favorite!
A perfect holiday treat, this sourdough coffee cake recipe will satisfy all your guests, for breakfast, brunch, or an afternoon snack.
Using a mesophilic starter for making cottage cheese is great, but there are times when you may not have any starter available. In a pinch, you can use only cultured buttermilk as a starter. It produces a delicious small-curd cottage cheese.
Buckwheat has a lovely nutty flavor and makes these pancakes not only hearty and filling, but much more interesting than your run of the mill white flour pancakes.
This probiotic-rich smoothie made with fresh blueberries will delight even the most picky eaters. It’s an easy and delicious way to get a daily dose of probiotics.