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Old 03-26-2013, 04:16 PM   #1
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Default What can I sub for ghee in baking?

I'm trying this recipe: http://www.momnivores-dilemma.com/20...pe-gluten.html

I don't have ghee, or unsalted butter to make any. What can I sub for it?
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I'd guess coconut oil would work fine.
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Default Re: What can I sub for ghee in baking?

If you're not trying to be casein-free, you could probably just sub regular butter. I think coconut oil or palm shortening could also work.
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You can sub any fat that is solid at room temp and melts when heated.

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Coconut oil it is. I'm trying to make it DH friendly.
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