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Wine, dry white

Other names: cooking wine

Most recipes that call for wine will normally specify sweet or dry. The basic rule of thumb is if it does not taste good enough to drink then you don't want it in your food either. Avoid "cooking wine" which is typically low-quality wine with salt added.

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Substitute for wine, dry white

Non-alcohol substitutes:
White grape juice, apple cider, apple juice, vegetable stock - or water.

Dry White Wines
Some good choices for cooking include Savignon Blanc or Dry Reisling


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