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A couple of years ago, I used 'pancake' to explain the problems of polysemy (words having more than one meaning, but due to divergence over time and not a case of being homonyms). Kaisersharrn was one of the items used in my display, as I intended it to represent a pancake that was : egg white foam leavened not a breakfast item ... but those weren't the ...
There is a wide range of pancake variants. Kaiserschmarrn are an egg-white leavened pancake often served with fruit and nuts, with the pancake itself being shredded for presentation. This is different than the most typical pancakes served in the US, which are not egg-white leavened, but baking powder leavened, but it is still a type of pancake.
Here is a link to a powdered buttermilk product for cooking and baking. I have not used it, but my cousin says it's very good. Probably not available to the European market, but maybe there is a similar product http://sacofoods.com/products/view/cultured-buttermilk
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