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Brandy extract


An artificial Brandy flavoring which may or may not be made with alcohol. Use as a substitute in any recipe that requires brandy. Approximately 1 tablespoon of extract is equal to 5 tablespoons of brandy.
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Substitute for brandy extract

Brandy (about 5 tablespoons Brandy per 1 tablespoon Brandy extract)

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