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Heres a low-fat sub for buttermilk - it is what is listed in Mastercook and I use it all the time (Im like you and never will go through a quart of buttermilk). Another suggestion I could make for you to lower the fat would be to substitute 4 egg whites for the 2 whole eggs. I also do this all the time with no noticeable difference in the end product. I hope this helps you out ~ the recipe sounds good. Posted to Digest eat-lf.v097.n180 by "Linda G."
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