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    This is a replica of Shake and Bake.

    Recipe #131445

    2 Reviews |  By Jen T

    A good recipe to have for when you can't get to the store.

    Recipe #129137

    5 Reviews |  By Bec

    From my "Heart Healthy Cookbook" of delicious healthy recipes from Edina, MN in 1995. Make 9, 10 ounce cans of soup. This is much less expensive and contains far less sodium than canned soups. Add sautéed chopped mushrooms, chopped celery, or bits of cooked chicken to resemble the cream soup you usually use.

    Recipe #126969

    If you can't find the real orange flower water used in many middle eastern and indian dessert, make your own. I haven't tried this yet, just though I'd post the recipe to anyone who needs it.

    Recipe #110957

    3 Reviews |  By Johnney

    Here is a great tasting replacement for salt for those that want to cut the salt out of thier diet but have that salty taste.

    Recipe #103336

    5 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    If you buy unflavored gelatin in bulk, this is an inexpensive egg replacement for your baking needs. *Correction added Aug. 2005*

    Recipe #92396

    Taken from recipesource. Use in recipes calling for Bisquick-type baking mix. (Have not tried it myself)

    Recipe #75577

    34 Reviews |  By Roosie

    Posted by request. Times are estimates.

    Recipe #74080

    This easy egg substitute was submitted by Muazzama Mushtaq Ali Petkar in this week's "Household Tips" column of the Thursday magazine. It seemed really interesting and I can't wait to try it. If you do try it before me, let me know how it works!

    Recipe #65510

    I find Eagle Brand milk to be very expensive to buy, so I don't always have it when I need it. This recipe has come in handy because I always have the ingredients to make it.

    Recipe #25225

    I saw this today on Paula Deen's show and HAD to try it since I had almost a quart of yogurt. It works. And I liked it better than using just yogurt. Cooking time is refrigeration time, preparation is time for butter to cool.

    Recipe #153046

    A vegan substitute for sour cream without corn starch. This recipe is from "Vegetarians in Paradise".

    Recipe #147082

    I always seem to not have buttermilk on hand when I need it. I've used the powdered milk and vinegar version of this which works well, but today I didn't have any powdered milk! This substitution that I found on the internet works just as well.

    Recipe #124413

    Can be used in place of rose water called for in middle eastern recipes. Yield is an approximation. Recipe from baking911.

    Recipe #111199

    I found this recipe on the net at another site. The original recipe calls for 1 tablespoon garlic powder but I like it better using fresh garlic cloves. This is a little bit mild compared to bottled Hoisin sauce but it is a great substitute in any oriental dish or marinade. All of the ingredients are available at your grocery, except maybe the yeast extract, which I found at a health food store.

    Recipe #105346

    87 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I don't always have cake flour on hand, and I'm betting many others don't either. I have discovered that this substitute works very, very well. Easy too, and it uses pantry staples!

    Recipe #87689

    If you use egg substitutes on a regular basis, then here is a great alternative to the store-bought brands, this freezes well so make lots and freeze :)

    Recipe #75868

    This recipe was in our church cookbook.

    Recipe #74359

    I haven't tried this yet, but am posting it before I lose the recipe. I can't use wines and beers and other alcoholic drinks and have been using white vinegar or rice vinegar in place of japanese mirin in my japanese cooking. But I found this recipe and maybe I can cook some italian or french recipes that call for wine.

    Recipe #114807

    I haven't tried this yet, but am posting it before I lose the recipe I found. I can't use wines and beers and other alcoholic drinks and have been using white vinegar or rice vinegar in place of japanese mirin in my japanese cooking. But I found this recipe and maybe I can cook some italian or french recipes that call for wine.

    Recipe #114434

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