i was just faced with this problem in a soup recipe. i think it depends on the recipe but a lot of people said apple cider may work.... here are some other suggestions though
White vermouth is the accepted sub.
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My sister and I have found that flat Dr. Pepper used in place of dry Sherry gives an almost identical flavor to the finished dish. I know that sounds weird, but it works!
WOW! I'm look up recipes with Sherry just so I can try your sub! That's just brilliant!
I use sweet vermouth if I am out of sherry.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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