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This for That: A Guide to Cooking and Baking Substitutions

This for That: A Guide to Cooking and Baking Substitutions infographic

You’re cooking dinner and suddenly you realize you forgot an ingredient at the store! No worries, the This for That: A guide to Cooling and Baking Solutions infographic from eReplacementParts.com can help avoid the crisis by giving you easy solutions for the common missing ingredient.

Need an egg and your neighbor isn’t home? Check our guide to baking substitutions to see what else will do!

A fantastic topic for an infographic, and can be used as a handy guide.  The Online Lifespan of this topic should also last for years!  As a suggestion, knowing that people might want to keep a printout of this design in their kitchens, a PDF version would be a nice addition.

The ingredient illustration colors blend into the background too easily. The words are easy to read but the pictures are harder to see. The infographic is also missing it’s own url at the bottom of the graphic.

The infographic is well organized as well as balances graphics with words evenly.

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Reader Comments (5)

I am a foody frenzy, but still I didn't know at least half of these substitutes. They could really come in handy when necessary! I have also been using flour as a thickening agent, but it doesn't work as good as potatoes which are suggested. A third option is to put a higher amount of noodles - they also make the soup richer and thicken it well.
September 4, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterDylan Pritchard
I grew up in Vietnam and my mom made fried rice a lot when I was a kid. Fried rice is an easy breakfast dish made from leftovers for us. We used leftover rice (best when it's cold, just out of the fridge), leftover meat or ham (diced), scallions or garlic, veggies (peas and carrots work fine), eggs, and seasoned with soy, fish, or oyster sauce. This is a good recipe but you can make it even easier by cooking more rice than you need the day(s) before. I use this basic recipe to make fried rice for my kids now.
January 29, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterPatricia C. Ross
Cooking is very forgiving and allows for you to take a recipe and change it up with the aid of including, deleting or changing elements. Say for instance you see a recipe that calls for a spice that you just don't care for or might be some thing that you're allergic to, http://recipeslearn.com/how-to-make-zarda-recipe/ most of the time you can alternative an additional spice for it and the dish will come out lovely just about the normal recipe.
June 3, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterali
the blog is outstanding.
thank you for sharing with us. the recipes is wonderful.
June 9, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterpoonam
Great post! I always find interesting stuff on your blog. Thank you for sharing :-)
October 27, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterDom Wells

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