Substitutions

​​Mascarpone ​​Mascarpone (mahs-kar’-pohn) – an Italian cheese from the Lombardy region, made by curdling milk cream with citric acid or acetic acid

Substitutes:
8 oz mascarpone ≈ 6 oz cream cheese blended with 1/4 c heavy cream and 5 Tbsp sour cream

more about mascarpone

how to make Homemade Mascarpone Cheese


Pectin Pectin (pehk’-tin) – setting agent for jams and jellies; available in powdered or liquid form

Substitutes:
1 box powdered pectin ≈ 1 packet liquid pectin

Whisk powdered pectin into the sugar before you combine it with the fruit. It must be cooked with the fruit & sugar to avoid clumping.

More about Pectin

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Kale Kale (Kayl) – a plant in the mustard family, having dark green, spreading, usually crinkled leaves that are eaten as a vegetable

Substitutes:
Swiss Chard

Beet Greens

Spinach – can substitute equal amounts, but spinach will cook much faster

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