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Demerara is a raw cane sugar often used in home baking and in sweetening coffee and tea. Its crystals are coarse and brown, with a rich molasses flavor. Also known as Turbinado sugar.
Demerara sugar has nutritional properties similar to those of organic evaporated cane juice: less processed than refined sugar, with more nutrients. Unlike some brown sugars, Demerara is not made by adding molasses to processed sugar; rather, it comes straight from sugar cane juice. The juice is spun in a turbine, causing the water to evaporate and the sugar to crystallize into coarse Demerara.
Demerara sugar gets its name from the region in Guyana where it was first made. Many Americans call it Turbinado sugar, after the turbines in which it is dehydrated. Use Demerara as a substitute for refined sugar in some recipes, as a topping for baked goods and oatmeal, and as a sweetener.
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mitzi, grand island, ne June 17, 2010
“Great results as always. Everything is so fresh. We love the trail mix.”
Joseph, New York, NY March 31, 2010
“As always, you are true to your delivery promises and quality. First time ordering a sample package and love the macadamia nuts! Can't wait to try the turbinado on my oatmeal! Glad you are so close to where I live. Feel like part of your family!!!”
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Delbert, HARDIN, Montana February 14, 2014
“Order came in good time and good condition. I opened it up and I'm completely satisfied!!! Actually I am cooking a double batch of oatmeal fig cookies using my new sugar and they are fantastic !!!! Thanks a bunch !!”
Serving Size 100g (~3.5 oz.)
(Approx. 4.5 Servings/Pound)
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Evaporated cane juice.
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Store at room temperature for up to 1 year.
Country of Origin: United States
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