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I have a question about the recipe "No-Fuss Vegan Cornbread" from Gena Hamshaw. Can I use butter instead of canola oil? If so, how do I make the substitution? My husband is allergic to milk and eggs, but, for some odd reason, butter doesn't affect him.

asked by Kayla about 3 years ago

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Nap O'Leon
added about 3 years ago

Yes, but you have to melt the butter first.

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added about 3 years ago

Also, keep in mind that butter is only about 80-82% fat (remainder is water and milk solids), so you may need to use slightly more butter tsp to equal the fat content specified in recipe...i.e, 4/10 cup or 6 and 2/3 tbsp of butter compared to the 1/3 cup or 5 and 1/3 tbsp of oil.

Amanda
added about 3 years ago

Ghee would work better. As Nancy pointed out, simple melted butter is not 100% fat. Ghee is.

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