Carrots or jicama can be substituted for celery as a raw vegetable snack. Bok choy can be substituted for celery in both raw and cooked dishes. Fennel stalk or cardoon can be used instead of celery in cooked dishes, but ... More »

Chicken bouillon, canned chicken broth or canned chicken stock can be substituted for chicken base in soups, stews and sauces. Use one cube, or 1 teaspoon, of bouillon per cup of water. Alternatively, use 1 cup of canned... More »

In cooking, celery salt may be substituted by mixing regular table salt with something celery-flavored, such as celery itself; lovage, an herbaceous plant; or celeriac, a lumpy brown root vegetable. More »

When it comes to substituting beef stock in a recipe, there are many options, including beef bouillon, beef broth, vegetable or chicken broth, red wine, beef base, or a combination of soy sauce and water. The specific su... More »

Subsitutes for white miso include yellow miso, red miso or one cube of vegetable bouillon. South River Miso Company and Miso Master make soy-free chickpea miso pastes. More »

For culinary uses, brandy may be substituted with brandy extract, rum extract or raspberry extract. Brandy is an alcoholic beverage which is made by distilling wine. It has between 70 to 120 U.S. proof alcohol content an... More »

Sliced carrots and red cabbage are good substitutes for beets when cooking. Tomatoes and radishes are a good replacement in salads and raw foods. More »