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Introduction to the 10 Most Common Food Product Substitutes

What's worse than realizing you're missing a key ingredient when you're whipping up a special dish?

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It's happened to all of us -- you're in the middle of cooking a big dinner only to realize that you're missing one of the recipe's (supposedly) critical ingredients. Well, don't get steamed. Take control of your kitchen by learning how to substitute even the most standard ingredients. Substitutions are great when you're in a pinch or for people who are watching their weight, want to reduce their sodium intake or are simply trying to make a healthier meal than what the recipe calls for.

You'll be surprised with what you can get away with replacing. In fact, sometimes switching out the right ingredient can make a meal taste better.

Over the next few pages, we'll show you how to make your own soy sauce, satisfy your sweet tooth without chocolate and find that perfect sugar substitute. So click over to the next page to learn how to make sweet rolls without the cinnamon.

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