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Sugar Types



           -all-purpose fine

           crystal,made from sugar

           -cane or

           sugar beets. it's what is

           -in most sugar,cooking

           bowls. good for baking

           and beverages.

Baker's Sugar: professional-grade, ultra-fine cane sugar made for

baking. It's cleaner, with fewer impurities than granulated sugar. Good

for baking, meringues, spun sugar, candy and ice cream.


Superfine or caster sugar: the finest granulated sugar. In England,

it's called caster or castor, after the container it comes in. Good for

baking, dissolves easily in cold drinks.


Powdered or confectioner's sugar: Finely pulverized with 3 percent

cornstarch added to prevent clumping and keep it powdery. Good for

icing, dusting and decorating.


Brown Sugar (light and dark): sugar crystals coated in a molasses syrup

with natural flavor and color. Dark brown sugar has a stronger molasses

flavor than light brown sugar. Light brown sugar is good for baking and

making butterscotch, condiments and glazes. Dark brown sugar has a rich

flavor that is good for gingerbread, mincemeat, baked beans and plum



Demerara Sugar: a light brown sugar with large, sticky crystals.

Popular in England, it is used in tea, coffee or on top of hot cereals.


Muscovado or Barbados Sugar: a British specialty brown sugar, slightly

coarser than brown sugar, very dark brown with a strong molasses flavor.

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