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Baking SugarProfessional pastry chefs and dessert lovers understand the importance of using the right sugar in their recipes. The sweetness, texture and flavor varies with different types of sugar. Sugar does more than sweeten your baked goods. When mixed together with butter or other fats, it produces air which along with the leavening agents helps your cakes and other desserts to rise. Sugar also attracts moisture. This not only extends the shelf life of your baked good, but it also reduces the amount of gluten formed in the flour. Less gluten means a more tender crumb and a lighter batter.White SugarCane sugar, the product of the tropical sugar cane plant is the most common type of baking sugar. This refined white granulated sugar is easy to use and melts quickly in liquids. White sugar varies in texture, like basic Cane Sugar, superfine, confectioner’s and sanding sugar.Brown SugarBrown sugar is refined granulated cane sugar with molasses added. It comes in colors from light to dark brown. Brown sugar has a delicate caramel flavor and is ideal for baking cookies, as well as in making baked beans and barbecue sauce.Demerara SugarAll Natural Demerara Sugar is a gold colored raw sugar that has been purified. It has a coarse-texture, with a toffee-like flavor and rich aroma. The larger crystals are perfect for springing on the tops of cakes, cookies, muffins, pies, and creme brulee.
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