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Why Ingredient Substitutions Don't Always Work

I regularly get asked if it is possible to switch one ingredient for another in different products.

Sometimes it is in regard to a formula I have shared here on the blog or published in my e-books, but also about formulas others have created or are in the process of creating.

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