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Sugar explained

Discussion in 'Nature Cure' started by Huma, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. Huma

    Huma Silver IL'ite

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    Hi

    The natural sweetener is extracted from two main sources.... the root of the sugar beet or the stem of the cane plant. Brown and white sugars come from both.

    Raw vs Refined
    - Determined by the extent of processing after extraction. Sugar crystallises white naturally. The brown colors are produced by retained molasses.

    Granulated.....A refined table-top sugar used for baking, drinks and so on.

    Soft brown.....Soft and moist fine-grained sugar ideal for fruit cakes and gingerbread.

    Demerara....A light brown sugar with large crystal, which is often used in hot drinks.

    Muscovado.... A raw cane sugar with between 6 per cent and 13 per cent molasses and a coarse, sticky grain. Adds a crunchy texture texture to food.

    Golden Caster....A raw, free-flowing cane sugar that dissolves quickly and has a light presence of molasses. u can use it to add flaour to fruit or sweet sauces.

    enjoy:hiya
     
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  2. sudhapauline

    sudhapauline New IL'ite

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    Hi Huma
    Thanks for the information. I've been wanting to know about these different kinds of sugar.
    Regards,
    Sudha
     

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