Organic Raw Cane Sugar - 1kg
This sugar is made out of evaporated cane juice and it is pure sugar. At FoodCraft we recommend to use this sugar for fermenting and brewing as it is very good to grow beneficial cultures with this sugar. This sugar is also used in Sesame Kitchen's fermented drink classes.
Suggestion of use:
3. As a replacement for white sugar
Is Organic Raw Cane Sugar low-FODMAP?
Organic raw cane sugar is not considered a low-FODMAP food according to Monash University, the creators of the low-FODMAP diet.
Raw cane sugar is a natural sweetener that is made from the juice of sugar cane. It is less processed than regular white sugar, which means it retains more of the natural nutrients and minerals found in the sugar cane plant. However, it still contains high levels of sucrose, which is a disaccharide that can be difficult to digest for some people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or other digestive disorders.
The recommended low-FODMAP sweeteners are maple syrup, rice malt syrup, glucose syrup, dextrose, and stevia. These sweeteners have been tested by Monash University and are considered low-FODMAP in the recommended serving sizes.
As with any dietary change, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional or registered dietitian before making any significant changes to your diet, especially if you have a medical condition.
Country of Origin: Colombia
Ingredient: Raw Cane Juice *Certified Organic by USDA
Warning: Store in cool, dry place.
*This product was pripared in a vegan kitchen. However, if you have or are concerned about food allergies, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before consuming this product.CUSTOMER NOTES:
From time to time, you might find a hard, dark colored granule mixed in with your organic sugar. Don't worry! This is often a burnt piece of sugar or organic plant fibers inherent to the sugar.
The artisanal nature of our sugar involves heating sugar cane juice or coconut nectar (in the case of coconut palm sugar) until it crystallizes. Occasionally, plant fibers might accidentally be cooked down in the process as well. They are harmless. It is similar to seeing a darker spot on baked or toasted artisan breads.