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Saki replacement

Belle

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I saw that all of the good food contains sake but isn't there a way to cook without sake? Like a replacement. And what is in mirin?
 
Sometimes, if I don't have sake, I use a dry white wine. I think it does just fine as a replacement. Mirin is a sweet cooking rice wine.

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I take pictures of the stuff I have at home... :p Hey, if I have it handy and I think it'll help you out, I'll just run in the kitchen and take a picture right quick!
 
Is there some non-alcoholic replacement?
I know that the alcohol will steam off during cooking but in some recipes you add sake at the end right before serving
 

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