Buttermilk

In an interesting tradition, certain regions in India once delighted in allowing buffalo milk to sour overnight into a yogurt, then churning it, yielding a sour-tasting liquid that greatly improves immunity. Today, buttermilk is a fermented dairy product produced from cow's milk with a characteristically tart taste caused by the presence of lactic acid bacteria.  The buttermilk that is so readily available in supermarkets is known as “cultured buttermilk,” which is made by adding lactic acid bacteria to the milk. These bacteria, also known as probiotics, are essential to your..

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