Thousands of replacements for common, uncommon, and hard-to-find ingredients
Whether looking to replicate a missing component, seeking a healthier or leaner equivalent, or merely wanting a cheaper alternative, you won’t be disappointed.
Whether you’re a budding baker, recipe maker, or culinary risk taker, look no further. There are ideas aplenty to stir the imagination. Plus, a wealth of options to satisfy your creative spirit.
Whether you have food allergies, dietary restrictions, or ethical dos and don’ts, this book has you covered. Also, it’s one you’ll turn to time and time again. Because: choosing the right replacement can sometimes spell the difference between a recipe’s triumph and a recipe’s flop.
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About the Author
Jean B. MacLeod is a native of Liverpool, England and a writer of practical hints for the home and garden. A member of the Culinary Historians of Southern California and Slow Food USA, she lives in the Los Angeles area.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Have you ever wanted to try a new recipe, but after reading the ingredients you may be missing one or two. It calls for baking powder, but you have baking soda on hand. With Jean MacLeod's, “The Complete Food Substitutions Handbook”, no problem. Jean's book is like a Dictionary, Thesaurus and a Bible for the Kitchen, all wrapped up into one. It has all the answers. It has the substitution for every food or spice from A to Z. If you need Allspice for instance, Jean gives the ingredients that make up allspice and the proportions. I enjoyed just reading through it, to learn the difference in Chilies. What they could be used for and what I could substitute if I couldn't find a certain kind. There are recipes included too. If you want to make your own Bisquick Mix, now you can. My family always tells me I am a good cook, now I can be even a better one. Anyone that likes to bake, cook or just learn more about certain foods and ingredients, this is the book for you. Every serious cook needs a copy of Jean's book in your kitchen. I received a copy of this book from BooksGoSocial through NetGalley. The opinions in this review are my own.