Is it OK to substitute rubbing alcohol (ethanol) for cooking sherry in a recipe?

Answer Well it may work but it would certainly be a waste of good rubbing alcohol, that stuff gives you a killer buzz!You know the crap they put in wasp nests? That would probably work well, it's sweet to... Read More »

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Can I substitute cooking sherry for dry red wine?

Dry red wine and cooking sherry have distinct flavors that usually cannot be interchanged in a recipe. Cooking sherry has a nutty semi-sweet flavor, while dry red wine isn't sweet at all. The flavo... Read More »

Can rubbing alcohol be used as a substitute for antifreeze?

Rubbing alcohol can be used as a substitute for antifreeze. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, isopropyl alcohol (commonly known as rubbing alcohol), is one of five alcohols tha... Read More »

Is sherry vinegar the same as sherry cooking wine?

Sherry vinegar and sherry cooking wine are not the same. Sherry vinegar is vinegar flavored with sherry wine that has been aged at least six months. Sherry cooking wine is actual wine that is used ... Read More »

What's the difference between green rubbing alcohol vs white rubbing alcohol?