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Q&A Why does the sweet edible part of sugar canes is being cooked in sugar refineries?

Why does the sweet edible part of sugar canes (Xylem?) is being cooked in sugar refineries? That natural edible part is quite sweet on it's own and can be eaten raw (for example, in South East Asi...

1 answer  ·  posted 1y ago by deleted user  ·  last activity 1y ago by dsr‭

Question sugar jaggery whole
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Q&A Jaggery powders in contrast to sugar powders

I understand that sugar, even the brownest, darkest and "wholeest" is generally a refined sugar with added molasses. In contrast, I understand that a jaggery is the naturally occurring sugar with ...

1 answer  ·  posted 1y ago by deleted user  ·  edited 1y ago by deleted user

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Q&A How much honey do I substitute for granulated sugar in bread?

I have a recipe for a whole-wheat sourdough bread that works pretty well, but it's not very exciting -- it's a basic bread. I've had honey-wheat bread that I've liked, so I'd like to adapt this re...

2 answers  ·  posted 2y ago by Monica Cellio‭  ·  last activity 2y ago by manassehkatz‭

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Q&A Why sift confectioner's sugar when making fudge?

A recipe for fudge called for sifting confectioner's sugar into the pot rather than just adding it. The recipe also called for whisking continuously, so the sugar would be distributed immediately....

1 answer  ·  posted 2y ago by Monica Cellio‭  ·  last activity 2y ago by Zerotime‭

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