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hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
No. Better just water or broth.
And will the water go well with cheese and whipping cream ?
Nancy is a trusted home cook.
If you use same volume of vinegar as recipe called for wine, the sauce will be too strongly sour.
Use about one-quarter volume vinegar and replace the rest of the wine volume with water or broth.
Water will go better with cheese and cream than the vinegar will...vinegar might curdle the cream
It would be well worth the effort to get some wine, it's not that hard to come by. Vinegar is not a suitable substitute, nor is anything else, really.
I always have a bottle of white vermouth in the fridge for using in place of white wine in recipes. It lasts longer
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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