1 powder buttermik
Yes, you can use buttermilk with baking powder.
No, you can substitute buttermilk for milk but not for baking powder.
Add water and mix until it terns in to a liquid then leave to harden and there u have it, a lump of butter! :) You can just buy buttermilk powder. Buttermilk is a produced when making butter, so dairy companies process it into buttermilk powder, the same as standard milk powder.
The powder does not have the water content, it is an amorphous solid. The regular buttermilk is a liquid. They should have the same nutritional value when the powder version is reconstituted.
Depends on the quantity of powder...
Weigh the garlic clove and then weigh the garlic powder to make sure it is the same weight. That is how much powder equals a clove of garlic.
Yes, you can. I've used it when I made pancakes.
You can usually replace baking soda with baking powder. Soda reacts with acid (for example buttermilk) and powder reacts with water; but both will do the same job at the end of the day. Use about 2times as much powder as was called for with soda.
Depends on the size of the barrel.
From GourmetSleuth.com (see link to the left for an automatic converter):1 US quart of buttermilk weighs 980 grams, or 2.16 poundsSince there are 4 quarts in a gallon,1 US gallon of buttermilk weighs 3.92 kilograms, or 8.64 lbs(1 gallon of water weighs 8.34 lbs for comparison)
1tbsp of cocoa powder = 6g I say it's 5.2 grams, according to wolframalfa computational search engine.
15-20 pounds or less.
Buttermilk is actually an acid base. (vinegar+milk). If you use them interchangeably you may create an awesome science experiment (baking soda/powder) but not a Yummy cake!
Baking powder is not a direct substitution for baking soda, as it contains salt and acidic ingredients. To replace baking soda with baking powder, reduce both the amount of salt called for in the recipe, and the acidic ingredient, which might be vinegar, lemon juice, buttermilk or sour milk.
Flour, baking powder, salt, baking soda, sugar, shortening, and buttermilk.
You must know the specific weight of that material. Powder sugar weighs much different to syrup.
2dallors and 32cents
Flour, butter, eggs, milk (buttermilk is nice), baking powder, salt
by weighing powder.
soda. Baking powder is baking soda with the addition of an acid such as cream of tartar, or alum. The soda causes the recipe to 'rise' as a result of the breakdown of the soda into a gas (CO2). Pancakes are often made with buttermilk, a slightly acidic liquid, aiding in this breakdown, making the pancakes fluffy. If you use baking powder then about half as much more needs to be added to the recipe than soda, and buttermilk (or vinegar or lemon juice) is unnecessary.