Cornstarch is a common ingredient in many recipes. Learn about cornstarch substitutes so you never have to worry about running out of this ingredient again!
You can use it as a binder instead of eggs – check out the 4 best chickpea flour substitutes on the market!
Strawberries are packed with antioxidants and healthy nutrients. Here you will find out how great strawberries can be for you.
Spinach is a plant that provides pleasure to our taste buds and health to our bodies. Find out why you should include it in your everyday diet!
Beef broth vs beef consommé: which is better? And what about bouillon & gravy? Delve into the world of the legendary foodstuff!
One of the most versatile condiments in the kitchen, every home should have a jar of miso. Substitutes don’t cut it when you run out, so here’s what to use in a pinch.
Easily Make Your Own Homemade Mascarpone Cheese, With a Cheaper Price Tag!
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Rosemary is not only one of the most commonly used herbs in cooking; it’s also one of the easiest to identify, thanks to its unmistakable pine-like aroma. It’s also incredibly versatile, popping up in everything from marinades to roasted vegetables to pastries. But sometimes, as is the case with rosemary and especially bay leaves, your recipe calls for too much and you don’t have time to run to the store for an emergency herb-buy. Never fear: we’ve got you covered. Here are some great rosemary substitutes (and some for bay leaves, too). Read on to find out what can fill in when your personal herb garden is temporarily underwater (or in your very small apartment).
And How to Use Them.
Looking for the perfect faux-fontina cheese for your dish? Read our guide to find out six different fontina cheese substitutes.
Are you a mustard lover? Don’t just have yellow mustard (which is nothing more than distilled vinegar and corn syrup) in your fridge. Have an all-star collection like these!