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Sorghum Molasses

A thick sweet syrup left over after the sugarcane juice has been boiled and the sugar crystals have been formed. Molasses has more nutrients than sugar and black strap has the most particularly calcium, iron, and potassium.

Light Molasses is produced when on the first boiling and is paler in color and milder in flavor than dark.

Dark Molasses is darker, thicker, and less sweet than light. it is produced after the fist boiling when the juice is brought back to a boil to retrieve more sugar crystals.

Blackstrap Molasses come from the third boiling  and is very thick and dark, with a strong almost bitter flavor.

Sweeteners Condiments Flour Grain Pasta Yeast Oils Vinegar Chocolate Coffee Tea

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