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What is a good substitute for turmeric if I am out of it when cooking ?
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I can’t find the exact fish listed in a recipe, how do I know what to substitute?
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Some recipes call for light brown sugar and others just say brown sugar. What is the differenc...
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Every now and then, I want to make a Chicago-style hot dog, but I can’t get sport peppers a...
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I have some recipes that call for pimiento. What can I use as a substitute as they can be hard...
  • The Cook asked 2 years ago
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I have a recipe that uses sherry but I prefer not to cook with alcohol. What can I substitute for...
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I’m using a cookbook published in Europe, what Australian fish can I substitute for their fish...
  • The Cook asked 3 years ago
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Can I use coconut milk instead of cow’s milk when I am cooking ?
  • The Cook asked 2 years ago
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I have some recipes that use demerara sugar. What type of sugar is it and what can be substitu...
  • The Cook asked 1 year ago
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I have a number of recipes that use “heavy cream” in the ingredients. Can you plea...
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Meyer lemons are advertised as a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange and the flavour i...
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What the difference was between tapioca flour and tapioca starch?
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What are Agria potatoes like and what can I use as a substitute in Australia ?
  • The Cook asked 3 months ago
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