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  • Rachel Osby

    Freezing buttermilk or heavy cream cubes for cooking. I never use a whole carton nor do I have in stock when a recipe calls for a bit! Note: Do this in a silicone ice cube tray for easier release.

  • Emma Gordon

    Freezing buttermilk cubes. What a great idea because I never use a whole carton! Heavy cream can also be frozen. The link is broken, but this looks like it was done in an ice cube tray? Great idea!

  • Jacquie Claar

    GOOD idea! Freezing buttermilk or heavy cream cubes for cooking. I never use a whole carton nor do I have in stock when a recipe calls for a bit! This is genius!

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Freezing buttermilk or heavy cream cubes for cooking. I never use a whole carton nor do I have in stock when a recipe calls for a bit! This is genius!

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Freezing buttermilk or heavy cream cubes for cooking. I never use a whole carton nor do I have in stock when a recipe calls for a bit! Such a great idea!

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