Summer reminds us of not only fulfilling our seasonal cravings like watermelons and ice apples but also of fatigue and dehydration. Along with losing your cool, you also are subjected to losing a lot of body fluids in the scorching heat. The season calls for fruit juices, cool drinks, smoothies, milkshakes, and chilled beverages. But if you wanna keep your sugar levels in check, why don’t you prefer an option that doesn’t weigh you down on itself even when consumed after a heavy meal. Yes, Buttermilk scores over all other fancy aerated drinks that you would generally crave for.
Buttermilk is a by-product left behind in the process of butter manufacture. It has the goodness of curd, and since it is lipid-free, it is a great drink for weight loss.
Loaded with all the essential macro, micronutrients, and electrolytes, it can beat the heat and also keep your body cool.
Not only as a refreshing and energizing drink but buttermilk can also be used in various forms from bread and cakes to biscuits and cookie making.
Due to its acidic nature, it can be used in bakery and meat tenderization as well.
To all the beauty conscious, get your hands on this wonder drink as its amazing astringent properties leave you with well-nourished and moisturized skin.
It breaks down lactose into a much simpler form making it more digestible. Hence it can be an option for lactose intolerant.
Here is a quick recipe to spice up your normal drink:
In a blender, add some pepper, a pinch of cumin powder, ginger, green chillies, salt (to taste) and a few whole scoops of Milky Mist yogurt/ curd.
Blend it and add water for a runny consistency.
Add in some chopped curry leaves/ coriander leaves for a garnish.
Tadaaaa! Your wonder drink is ready in a jiffy!!
It contains the goodness of your favourite spices, along with a refreshing taste that refuels your soul and body while aiding digestion. You can otherwise get your hands on our plain buttermilk or newly launched spiced buttermilk variant, which is super refreshing and ready to serve.
Do you prefer the plain version of buttermilk, or are you someone who loves to spice it up a bit?