[Sca-cooks] sugar cane
t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Fri Jan 5 16:25:42 PST 2007
Sugar (sucrose) is "really" evaporated cane juice, or more precisely, it is
a multicrystallized sugar having been processed multiple times.. Evaporated
cane juice is made in a single process where it is cooked out of the cane,
filtered for impurities and cooked down to original consistency (I haven't
found a good enough description of the process to figure out if the actually
cook down to crystal and rehydrate). Presumably the product retains more of
the character and nutrients of the natural cane juice.
> Uh, Bear, isn't "evaporated Cane juice" kinda the same stuff as sugar?
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> As a small aside, Smuckers is producing some soft drinks, ginger ale,
> vanilla cream soda, root beer, etc., with evaporated cane juice rather
> high fructose corn syrup. They've got great flavor.
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