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hi, in some receipes they add wine ,what is the substitud for it .
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substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 1:28 AM EDT
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hi,
in some receipes they add wine ,what is the substitud for it .

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 5:48 AM EDT
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I just use another liquid.  Sometimes one with a flavoring, sometimes just plain water.  I don't like the taste of alcohol in my food.

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posted at 4/11/2011 6:48 AM EDT
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Actually, alchol is burned off with cooking and only the flavor of the grapes is left. If you don't like that taste, broth is a great substitute.

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posted at 4/11/2011 8:45 AM EDT
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I use broth or if a certain amount of acidity is needed a bit of lemon juice might work. 
I don't use wine in cooking so I have always used broth or water.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 9:10 AM EDT
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Often chicken broth can be substituted for wine.  This gives more flavor than just using water.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 10:01 AM EDT
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Great question with some really great suggestions. Thanks , I am going to now start using recipes that use wine and do a substitute.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 11:15 AM EDT
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Some great ideas! Thanks for sharing.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 1:01 PM EDT
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You can subtitute white grape juice for white wine and regular grape juice for red wine.If you do decide to try cooking with wine don't use cooking wine.Only use what you would drink .cooking wines contain a lot of sodium.

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posted at 4/11/2011 2:11 PM EDT
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It depends on the recipe

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posted at 4/11/2011 6:01 PM EDT
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Great ideas.  I never thought about using a substitute for wine.  I usually just pass over a recipe if it uses wine because I never have it in the house.  I'll have to start some of them now.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/11/2011 8:24 PM EDT
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Depending on the recipe, you could sub grape juice or even apple juice.  It depends on whether the end flavor should be a bit on the sweet side.

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posted at 4/11/2011 11:04 PM EDT
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I agree with all of the suggestions, chicken broth, water, various juices.    You can also use vegetable broth.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/12/2011 12:09 AM EDT
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Try lemon juice, cider vinegar o ( Japanese) rrice vinegar in a smaller quantity.;you may want to add a bit of sugar to overcome the tartnesssUndecided


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hi, in some receipes they add wine ,what is the substitud for it .
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Re: substitution for wine

posted at 4/12/2011 7:40 PM EDT
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The very few recipes calling for wine that I use - I just ignore.  I've never had any problem.
If the recipe calls for a LOT of wine, I just forget the recipe.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 7/7/2011 7:59 PM EDT
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If the recipe calls for LOTS of wine, it makes me wonder if they really want to taste the meat. Undecided

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posted at 7/8/2011 5:15 AM EDT
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I believe that broth is used as a substitute.  I don't use wine in cooking either.

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posted at 7/8/2011 7:12 AM EDT
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You can use chicken broth or water.

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posted at 7/8/2011 8:13 AM EDT
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Chicken broth, water or white grape juice is what I use.

Re: substitution for wine

posted at 7/8/2011 10:38 AM EDT
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Some recipes call for wine when you marinate meat because you need the acidity to tenderize the meat.  Would the grape juice work the same way?  I know that vinegar is used in some of these recipes, but I don't want to use too much vinegar. 

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You can subtitute white grape juice for white wine and regular grape juice for red wine.If you do decide to try cooking with wine don't use cooking wine.Only use what you would drink .cooking wines contain a lot of sodium.
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posted at 7/8/2011 11:38 AM EDT
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Chicken broth seems to work the best Smile
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