[Sca-cooks] sugar cane

Terry Decker t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Fri Jan 5 05:53:12 PST 2007

>> Does sugarcane ferment? Or is the sugar concentration in the sap too
>> high for this?
> Stefan.  Bubbie.  Baby.  Does the word "RUM" mean anything to you besides
> the Royal University of Meridies?
> Selene

I would think sugarcane would be more likely to mold than ferment, since the 
sap is sealed in until you break the cane.  Fermentation and rum occur in 
the extracted cane juice.


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