Is there anything that says "grandma's kitchen" more than flaky buttermilk biscuits or buttermilk pancakes? Buttermilk actually does not contain butter, but the name originally referred to the milk left over when butter was made. Most of the fat was taken out in making the butter. Today's buttermilk is thicker than regular milk, but not as thick as cream. Some like to drink it really cold, but it is usually used in cooking to make recipes taste richer.
Ingredients: Cultured Milk, Nonfat Milk Solids, Salt, Vitamin D3.