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Baking Substitutions: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard- to- Find Ingredients

Baking Substitutions: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard- to- Find Ingredients By Jean B. MacLeod Baking Substitutions The A Z of Common Unique and Hard to Find Ingredients Most people bake at some point in their lives There can be nothing satisfying than producing a special treat for yourself or your family But what happens on those occasions when you simply cannot find

  • Title: Baking Substitutions: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard- to- Find Ingredients
  • Author: Jean B. MacLeod
  • ISBN: 0997446447
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
  • Baking Substitutions: The A-Z of Common, Unique, and Hard- to- Find Ingredients By Jean B. MacLeod Most people bake at some point in their lives There can be nothing satisfying than producing a special treat for yourself or your family But what happens on those occasions when you simply cannot find that vital ingredient you need In this book, Baking Substitutions The A Z for Common, Unique, and Hard to Find Ingredients, you will discover plenty of resourceful id Most people bake at some point in their lives There can be nothing satisfying than producing a special treat for yourself or your family But what happens on those occasions when you simply cannot find that vital ingredient you need In this book, Baking Substitutions The A Z for Common, Unique, and Hard to Find Ingredients, you will discover plenty of resourceful ideas that will help when you get stuck, including Making emergency substitutions for common ingredients Creating low fat, low sugar, and low salt alternatives Converting recipes into gluten free, lactose free, or vegan versions Using edible, wild fruit, nuts and berries Trying new recipes without investing in a one off ingredient Avoiding waste and saving time And lots More than just another cookbook, Baking Substitutions could revolutionize the way you think about food and cooking and is packed with hints, tips, and useful recipes as well Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 234 pages Published August 7th 2018 by self More Details ISBN 0997446447 ISBN13 9780997446449 Edition Language English Other Editions 2 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about
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    Baking Substitutions Food Network Easy Baking Tips and Apr , The Only List of Baking Substitutions You ll Ever Need Baking Powder double acting Baking Soda Buttermilk Cake Flour Self Rising Flour Dutch Process Cocoa Powder Natural Cocoa Powder Eggs Exception Do not substitute The Ultimate Guide to Baking Substitutions Chart and List Common Ingredient Substitutions Allrecipes teaspoon baking soda plus teaspoon cream of tartar OR teaspoon baking soda plus cup buttermilk decrease liquid in recipe by cup Baking soda teaspoon teaspoons baking powder OR teaspoon potassium bicarbonate The Ultimate Guide to Baking Substitutions Broma Bakery Mar , On the other hand, baking powder is a complete leavening agent, meaning it doesn t need an acid to activate it Baking Powder Substitute teaspoon baking powder teaspoon baking soda teaspoon cream of tartar You can substitute baking powder with baking soda if you add in something acidic to activate it Baking Soda Substitute

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    1. Crystal Reed on said:

      I wish I could give this 5 stars because I m sure there s detailed information about substitutions and conversions than grads of culinary schools and probably even executive chefs could tell you It really is the ultimate reference on this subjectEVERThere are five chapters The one called Measuring Methods is simply a list of links and while I would be totally fine with that approach to delivering content, NONE OF THE LINKS ARE ACTIVATED That means that roughly 20% of the book is I wish I could g [...]

    2. Yvonne Glasgow on said:

      If you like to bake from scratch, this is a must have compendium of all of the possible substitutions you ll ever need to make Everything is in this book What I enjoyed most about it, aside from the fact that they include gluten free substitutions for many of the items, is that the book also includes recipes to make many of your own items like hemp milk.I will be holding onto this book and using it every chance I get Not only is it a lifesaver for when you simply can t find a particular ing If y [...]

    3. Amanda Waters on said:

      Baking Substitutions is an invaluable tool worth a space in anyone s cookbook library The ingredients included in the guide are wonderfully diverse, including ingredients common to cooks and bakers around the world from baking powder and sugar to Yuzuk zest and Yacon syrup MacLeod also does a fantastic job of giving the reader basic instructions on how to use the recommended substitutions In addition to being well written, It s evident the book is also well researched, something confirmed Baking [...]

    4. Victoria on said:

      From the common ingredients and food items you ve heard often, such as strawberries and pecans, to the never heard of before, like naartjie or acitr n, this book seemingly covers everything you could think of and to substitute any ingredients you don t have at home or just can t seem to find With extra references in the back for those using different cookbooks or stove ranges, this is the perfect companion for those who enjoy cooking exotic or diverse meals, for cooking in foreign countrie From [...]

    5. Mark Smith on said:

      Baking enthusiasts will love Jean B MacLeod s comprehensive substitution guide Her book holds an encyclopedia of information and will soon be a staple in all kitchens Every novice cook, or veteran chef for that matter, faces the inevitable one day missing ingredients From lemon juice to bacon fat, MacLeod saves the day with her A to Z guide MacLeod includes commonly known substitutions such as substituting eggs with water and oil to make pancakes She also lists replacements for uncommon Baking e [...]

    6. Caitlin on said:

      This book is a fantastic resource for the home cook It features an exhaustive and thorough list of all possible substitutions for a wide variety of cooking and baking ingredients I can already tell that I will refer to this often Perfect for all those occasions when you might be out of just one ingredient or don t want to purchase an expensive bottle of alcohol for just one recipe Really a great idea.

    7. Tucker (TuckerTheReader) on said:

      This was very helpful I will definitely be using this time and time again Thank you to Edelweiss for providing me with a review copy in exchange for an honest review

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