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Title: Substituting Ingredients
Author: Epstein, Becky Sue
Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc
Publication Date: 2010/06/01
Number of Pages: 191
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: 2009049932
Paperback, 208 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Sourcebooks (first published 1986)
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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.
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 ...more
Lori Michael
Sometimes cooking consists of a lot of common sense, however, this book comes in handy when you want to substitute certain ingredients for baking, and/or if you and your neighbor are out of a certain ingredient.
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