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Re: Muscovado sugar
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Posted by: cocteau on September 30, 2003
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Posted by johnd on October 26, 2002
Subject: Re: Muscovado sugar
> > > Could someone please tell me what muscovado sugar is?I've never heard of it.Thank you.
> I read that Muscavado (aka Barbado) sugar is a moist dark brown sugar with molasses added. The more molasses, the darker and moister. A product called Turanado[spelling?] is cane brown sugar.

Muscovado Sugar is very dark brown to black colored, unrefined sugar obtained by evaporation of cane sugar and draining off the molasses. Typically, its sugar crystals are enveloped in a thick coat of molasses and loaded with the richness of nutrients and minerals. It has a nutty, caramel flavor, natural moistness, and bitter molasses aroma.

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