Wine subtitutions

When a recipe calls for only a little bit of wine and you do not want to buy a whole bottle, you can substitute with beef broth or cranberry juice for red wine and chicken broth, white grape juice, or apple juice for white wine.

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Creative Cooking
Lydia Critchley

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