Poultry seasoning can be substituted for sage. Marjoram (also known as oregano) and rosemary can also be used in place of sage in a recipe.Know More
Fresh sage has a distinct scent and is free of dry edges. The leaves should not have any spots. Sage leaves can be covered in olive oil and refrigerated for up to three weeks.
Substitution herbs, such as rosemary, should be stored in a glass of water in the refrigerator or in a sealed plastic bag. Fresh oregano can easily be grown in planters or in the garden and should have a deep green color.Learn More
Chicken bouillon, canned chicken broth or canned chicken stock can be substituted for chicken base in soups, stews and sauces. Use one cube, or 1 teaspoon, of bouillon per cup of water. Alternatively, use 1 cup of canned broth or stock.Full Answer >
According to Pomona's Universal Pectin, citric acid can be substituted with lemon juice. Two teaspoons of citric acid is equal to 4 teaspoons of lemon juice.Full Answer >
Other low fat milks, such as 1/2 percent or 1 percent milk, can be substituted for skim milk with little noticeable difference. To avoid dairy milks altogether, there are many skim milk alternatives such as rice milk, coconut milk drink, almond milk drink and soy milk that can be used.Full Answer >
Salted butter can be readily substituted for oleo at a simple one-to-one ratio. "Oleo" is a less-commonly used word for margarine, a form of imitation butter.Full Answer >