the more or less acidulous liquid remaining after butter has been separated from milk or cream.
a similar liquid made from whole or skim milk with the addition of a bacterial culture.
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the sourish liquid remaining after the butter has been separated from milk, often used for making scones and soda bread
cheesecloth. noun a fine loosely woven cotton material originally used for wrapping butter
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Also called white walnut. the edible oily nut of an American tree, Juglans cinerea, of the walnut family. the tree itself. the light-brown wood of this tree, used for making furniture. the light-brown color resulting from a dye made from this tree. U.S. History. a Confederate soldier or partisan, especially one whose uniform was dyed […]
a mixture of flour and butter kneaded together, used as a thickening for sauces.