cooking URGENT
posted by y912f .
i need to know if there is a substitute for sour cream
i need to make banana bread, but most of the recipes ask for sour cream, which i don't have on hand right now.
pleease help!

could i put yogurt?

This site has several suggestions for sour cream substitutes.
http://homecooking.about.com/od/foodequivalents/a/sourcreamequivs.htm 
thank you so much :)

You're very welcome. :)
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