Substituting Ingredients: The A to Z Kitchen Reference

Everyone has been in this predicament you re at home, with no time or desire for a trip to the store but the recipe you re using calls for an ingredient you don t happen to have on hand With this book, you ll have a solution substitute In Substituting Ingredients, author Becky Sue Epstein has collected than 1,000 easy to find, healthy, and cheap substitutions.Everyone has been in this predicament you re at home, with no time or desire for a trip to the store but the recipe you re using calls for an ingredient you don t happen to have on hand With this book, you ll have a solution substitute In Substituting Ingredients, author Becky Sue Epstein has collected than 1,000 easy to find, healthy, and cheap substitutions.You ll find Substitutions for difficult to find items and common items you may not have on hand Green, nontoxic household cleaner solutions Less expensive ingredient options The best ways to measure fruits and vegetables for recipes Simple recipes for condiments, sauces, marinades, and spice mixtures Strategies to remedy too much or too little of an ingredient With this paperback on the shelf there s no need for mad, midrecipe dashes to the grocery store Bon Appetit
Substituting Ingredients The A to Z Kitchen Reference Everyone has been in this predicament you re at home with no time or desire for a trip to the store but the recipe you re using calls for an ingredient you don t happen to have on hand With this book

  • Title: Substituting Ingredients: The A to Z Kitchen Reference
  • Author: Becky Sue Epstein
  • ISBN: 9781402239243
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Substituting Ingredients: The A to Z Kitchen Reference”

    1. I love this book. If you like to cook, or if certain products aren't kosher to your diet, you'll find plenty of substitute products that might sure be, contained within this book. Any everyday person who cooks in any kitchen globally, should own a copy of this book.

    2. This little book has quite a bit of information in it, although the order it is presented in can be a little confusing. In the "fruits and vegetables " section, substitutions are given and also other names the product is known as. More than once I found myself thinking "so that's what that is".There is a section of weights and measurements, how to make household products such as cleaning stuff, and a section of things you can do to hopefully fix a recipe you have screwed up. The part I like best [...]

    3. This was confusing, annoying, and not particularly useful. Interspersed within the alphabetical lists of substitutions were lists of things that were similar, but not necessarily substitutable for one another. There were also the bloody obvious line items: one may substitute Fleur de sel and sea salt. Oh, aye, Becky Sue, because they are virtually the same thing. And there was the inclusion of every possible synonym for a food, listed this unhelpful way- Blackberries: see berries. Never would ha [...]

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