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Brown sugar has a long history as the first form of sugar that has been used for culinary purposes. Traditionally, sugar cane has been used for its production, which was cultivated in India and China thousands of years ago. About 4 BC the sugar cane was transferred to Persia and Egypt, and a little later Alexander of Macedonia popularized it in Greece and Rome.
In ancient times, sugar cane was boiled until sugar crystals were obtained. Later in his diaries, Marco Polo describes the sugar mills he saw in China and describes how the Chinese used dark brown sugar without further refining it.
Brown sugar contains much more minerals than white sugar. It is also rich in B vitamins.
Brown cane sugar clears the urinary stream and helps to improve kidney function.
This sugar has also been found to be good for people suffering from febrile illness. Febrile disorders are responsible for causing high fever, which can lead to the loss of large amounts of protein in the body. Adequate consumption of brown cane sugar provides the necessary protein and other nutrients for the body.
Brown cane sugar provides glucose to the body, which is stored as glycogen in the muscles, providing them with energy. That is why this sugar is considered one of the best sources of energy.
Many diet products are considered tasteless. However, this does not apply to brown sugar. In its content, it has a sweet juice called molasses, which crystallizes when processed, and it gives it a unique color. When added to beverages, brown sugar improves taste significantly, and experienced chefs use it to make unique sweet temptations.
A pinch of brown sugar added to the sauce for eating or while baking fish gives it even more appetizing taste, aroma and look.
Brown cane sugar.
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy value: 388 kcal / 1623 kJ
Carbohydrates: 99.73 g
of which sugars: 99.73 g
Proteins: 0.00 g
Fat: 0.00 g
Salt: 0.00 g
Natural sweetener. It can be used to sweeten hot and cold beverages when baking, cooking or desserting.
Packing: 400 g