Re: Muscovado sugar
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Posted by: weden on January 29, 2003
In Reply to: Muscovado sugar
Posted by Sharon Ward on June 6, 2002
Subject: Re: Muscovado sugar
> Could someone please tell me what muscovado sugar is?I've never heard of it.Thank you.

Muscovado is the original name for sugar made from sugar cane in Barbados. It is a dark brown moist sugar. The closest thing I've found to it is either piloncillo, sold in hispanic markets, or a mixture of local cane syrup and commercial cane sugar. You can substitute dark brown sugar, but you lose some of the complexity of flavor.

You can read more at the posted link, and probably order from them.

Link: Muscovado site


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