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#1 of 2 Old 11-22-2011, 08:32 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have a lot of whey from making cheese frozen in pints and quarts in my freezer, and it is taking up precious space--I need to start using it up. Any ideas of how to incorporate it into foods or recipes that specifically call for whey? Can I sub it for other dairy products like for buttermilk biscuits or the milk in potato soup?

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I've used it in place of water or broth in making oatmeal and soup. I guess you could try and use it in any recipe as a water or broth substitute. However, your loved ones, like mine, may then complain of the "funny" taste (sigh).

 

 

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