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What milk can be used for Amish Friendship Bread?

Asked by mamat (4points) February 2nd, 2009

Whole milk, 2%, 1%, skim, or lactose free?

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dlm812's avatar

For baking in general, whole milk is usually best because it has the “full flavor” and is a bit more “creamy”, but I’m sure any milk would work. I’ve never made friendship bread in particular, but if the recipe doesn’t call for a certain type of milk, whatever you prefer should be fine.

steve6's avatar

goat milk

timeand_distance's avatar

My mom used skim when she made it.

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