What can I use instead of worchestershire ? Don't have A1 either
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Depends on what you're making. Sometimes soy sauce can be used as a sub, and sometimes you can eliminate it without it effecting the recipe
That's what I tried, soy sauce. Perfect! Thx!
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I have used a concoction of soy, fish sauce (or anchovy) and just a tad bit of brown sugar with good success.
QueenSashy is a trusted home cook.
Another option is malt vinegar, molasses and tamarind extract...
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