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Cooking Sherry

Cooking sherry is low-quality sherry with salt added. There is no reason to buy cooking sherry. Just purchase any inexpensive sherry and this will give you better control over the sodium content of your food.
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Substitute for cooking sherry

1/2 cup dry red or white wine. Or substitute Madeira, Marsala or port


4 fl oz   =   1/2 cup


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