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Old 02-15-2005, 12:49 PM   #31
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Shut up Bernie... just shut up.
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He called me a boob, there oughta be some kind of number law against that!
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ummm..meet me over in the general discussion forum.
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Heh heh, heh. That reminds me of a story. It seems, that one day while we were kickin the south's ass in the "War of Kickin the Ass of the South" , as we like to call it up here, we took that rediculous lookin flag, burned it up, and replaced it with the good old American , or "Northern" as we like to call it, flag! Then, we agreed to rebuild the south as long as ya'll keep that rediculous looking rag confined to stock car races , rodeos, and dentist offices. Well the third one seemed abit restrictive in the south ,bein that there's only two of em, so we gave ya'll hangin's too. Now, we are gonna be benevolent and let this one offense slide, but if it happens again, we're gonna have to come on back down and remind ya'll who is boss here :Hangman:
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Old 02-24-2005, 06:23 AM   #37
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What is muscovado sugar? Commonly sold as SUGAR IN THE RAW Cane sugar that is not overly processed.
While I am at it, I have read this before but what is the Minon method? MINION METHOD link
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What is muscovado sugar? Commonly sold as SUGAR IN THE RAW Cane sugar that is not overly processed..
So what's the difference between muscovado and turbinado?
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Old 02-24-2005, 08:07 AM   #39
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Damn it Cappie. I was wrong. I was thinking about turbinado sugar.
But not much differences by discription.

Muscovado Sugar is a brown color, moist, and fine specialty sugar. It battles well with high temperatures and has a reasonably good shelf life!

Turbinado Sugar is a dark brown fine-grained crunchy specialty sugar. It is a completely pure, natural, and chemical free sugar.
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Old 02-24-2005, 01:19 PM   #40
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They are both cane sugars. Turbinado is filtered cane syrup but otherwise unrefined. Muscovado is unfilitered, unrefined and was originally sun dried.

Some more info & recipes here.

I really like Rogers DeMerra sugar as well. It cooks a little differently but it's the only brown I buy any more.
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