In today’s New York Times, there’s an article on buttermilk. I’m a huge fan of buttermilk, in case you haven’t heard. I know that buttermilk in the stores today is gross, but I remember deliciously creamy buttermilk. My grandma would drink it like a cup of regular milk, and I relished doing that with her the times we had leftover buttermilk. In North Carolina, I could find whole fat buttermilk, which is real buttermilk that tastes great. In New York, I cannot find whole fat buttermilk at any market. Is this part of the New York conspiracy against fat? If anyone can find good buttermilk here, please let me know!
Who I AmDina Di Maio, author of Authentic Italian: The Real Story of Italy's Food and Its People; Writer 20+ years; NY lawyer copyright and trademark experience
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