Safflower or a pinch of turmeric to mimic the color.
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Turmeric will give you a similar color, but nothing will duplicate the flavor.
none!, but as mentioned above, turmeric for the color.
Annato as well (achiote in Spanish)! U can find it in the latin isle of supermarkets.
Thank you all for the help!
I just used sumac as a sub -- felt very clever!
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