How Adding ACV to Baked Goods Can Help You Lose Weight. For every one cup of buttermilk, use just under one cup of milk — soy and almond work really well — and one tablespoon of ACV. Whisk the two together in a bowl and let stand five or so minutes to thicken slightly and form small curdles (note that it won't be as thick as buttermilk but will still do the job). Don't worry. The sourness of the vinegar gets canceled out during the reaction with the baking soda.
Sweet Rose Creamery, Santa Monica, CA Shiho Yoshikawa was a pastry chef at San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery and the Slanted Door before she turned her considerable talents to frozen treats. At the uber-seasonal factory and shop on Pico Boulevard, the baker-turned–ice cream queen makes and serves small-batch,