Natural sweeteners

Natural sweeteners

Natural sweeteners are unrefined brown sugar, maple syrup, molasses, barley malt and rice syrups, honey and agave nectar. They are common these days and for good reason, they are much healthier than refined white sugar. Each has a unique flavor and set of uses that will satisfy any craving for sweetness in everything from salad dressings to roasted pork loin.

About Natural sweeteners

Sweeteners are usually made from the fruit or sap of plants, but can also be made from any other part of the plant, or all of it. Some sweeteners are made from starch, with the use of enzymes. Sweeteners made by animals, especially insects, are put in their own section as they can come from more than one part of plants.

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