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November 13, 2010

Experiments in Vegetarian Meals

Experiments in Vegetarian MealsNo matter how conservative you are in your daily life you should not be afraid of making experiments in your daily vegetarian meals. The most important thing is that you are vegetarian. Experience in cooking will come with time. Just don’t be afraid of trying something new. Thus for many people vegetarianism id already an experiment (very successful one!).

Beginners and experienced vegetarians use recipe books because we are usually so busy to find time for creating our own vegetarian recipes. And it’s absolutely normal thing. why not use something that already exists?

But there are situations when one or some ingredients of the meal you wanted to cook are missing at your kitchen. So, what would you do in this situation? Right, replace them with those that are at hand, or even exclude it/them from the list of ingredients. Nothing wrong will happen (at least in most cases). Of course it does not refer to baking recipes – they are commonly strict to follow.

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  1. Chucky on 11.14.2010 at 2:59 am | permalink
  2. Not necessarily true when baking. For example, I was baking cookies tonight and realized that I had no baking soda on hand. What did I do? What I always do. I Googled “baking soda substitute” and found that a 3 for 1 replacement of baking powder is acceptable.

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  5. oksana on 11.14.2010 at 6:13 pm | permalink
  6. @Chucky
    Right, Google is the best adviser )))

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