Your help please: ingredient substitutions
ahennema at unlnotes.unl.edu
Tue Dec 5 11:47:33 PST 2000
I'm working on an article for the February issue of Food Reflections E-mail
newsletter (http://www.ianr.unl.edu/ianr/lanco/family/FoodTalk.htm) about
ingredient substitutions. The goal is to help people who want to cook but
are too time-stressed to run to the store for another ingredient or who
don't want to buy a whole can or box of something for just a teaspoon or
tablespoon of an item.
I'd like to offer several common substitutions (self-rising flour/regular
flour, fresh/dried herbs, etc.)
Plus, I'd like to let people know about various sites on the Internet that
offer suggestions for ingredient substitutions.
Your help would be appreciated as to:
(1) the type of ingredient substitution information that you feel people
would find most helpful AND/OR
(2) Internet sites that would provide people with useful information about
substitutes for ingredients.
(Additional Note: For those on the FOOD REFLECTIONS subscription list, the
January issue will be e-mailed early -- sometime next week -- so you can
get a headstart in using the information before your holiday vacations. The
issue will focus on research done at Penn State that supports how following
a meal plan consistent with the Food Guide Pyramid can aid in weight
management. I'll also post the article on my Web site next week.)
Thank you in advance for any help you can give me!
Alice Henneman, MS, RD, LMNT, Extension Educator
University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension
in Lancaster County
444 Cherrycreek Rd.; Lincoln, NE 68528-1507 USA
PHONE: 402/441-7180 FAX: 402/441-7148
EMAIL: AHENNEMAN1 at UNL.EDU
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