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Old 01-23-2008, 11:07 AM   #1
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Old 01-23-2008, 11:44 AM   #2
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We need SS to tell us about mexican brown sugar sold in cone form.

Here's a link to dominos sugar
http://www.dominosugar.com/products/index.asp
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Old 01-23-2008, 11:52 AM   #3
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Sugar aint as easy as ya think

http://www.sonic.net/~alden/Sweeten.html
http://www.sucrose.com/ltypes.html
http://www.dominosugar.com/baking/faq.asp
http://www.sucrose.com/lbeet.html
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Pilocillo
http://gourmetsleuth.com/piloncillomexicansugar.htm

heavy tasting stuff

and then there's Demarra sugar that is sold in many hispanic type store, alot lighter than Piloncillo

http://www.sugarindia.com/bcomprassion.htm

I use Demarra in my rubs... really good stuff
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Louisiana is also a sugar producing state, When I was young almost every other town along the Missisipi river had a sugar mill, All were powderd by steam engines. All roads leading south & west from BR run through sugar cane fields. This one is just across the river from BR
http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/travel/louisiana/cin.htm
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http://www.amscl.org/SugarMills.htm
http://www.southdownmuseum.org/history/history.htm
http://www.bestofneworleans.com/dispatc ... _feat.html
http://chocolate.quickfound.net/louisia ... _1896.html
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Thanks JB, that was interesting. I never thought of Louisiana as a sugar producer.
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Okay, thanks for the info. Now I'm confused. LOL
The Domino brown sugar I use......is it sprayed white sugar or some natural colored sugar as a result of a process?
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Think most of it is white sugar mixed with mollases. Seems like C&H is one of the few which has real brown sugar which comes from the factory thataway..or nearly swear I read that factoid somewhere. All the old recipe substitution guides say if you aint got any brown sugar and need some mix 3/4 cup white sugar with 1/4 cup mollases and then you got some.

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