Sugar

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    • #87860

      Nana
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      What do you use on a daily basis? White, brown, raw, honey as a sugar

    • #87861

      Nana
      Participant

      Yes I usually use them all at least once a week

    • #87865

      dawnwriter
      Participant

      I prefer to avoid sugar as much as I can .I drink black tea and green without sugar and use honey where necessary . Sugar cannot be avoided in baking though.

    • #87884

      gina145
      Participant

      I don’t use sugar in tea or coffee, but I eat a lot of chocolate. I don’t have any control over the sugar in that, but I’m sure it’s white.

    • #87911

      Nana
      Participant

      @dawnwriter I have a friend that uses honey to bake with

    • #87912

      Nana
      Participant

      I am going to bet it’s white also in chocolate

    • #87926

      rextrulove
      Moderator

      @nana, around here, we use granulated, brown sugar, honey, corn syrup, molasses and stevia; all depending on what the sweetener is being used for. One of the fastest ways to make myself sick, though, is to not eat sugar.

      Despite that, I fix a number of diabetic dishes, especially pies, breads and cookies.

    • #88106

      Heart
      Participant

      brown sugar and honey

    • #88164

      Anne Farmer
      Participant

      Honey, just used it in my breakfast

    • #88438

      Anthony
      Participant

      I use white would have love to use honey but unfortunately that’s out of reach for now. Honey is more of unrefined sugar than white and hence the reason I prefer honey

    • #88774

      monsterjar03
      Participant

      I don’t use sugar on a daily basis. If I use one, it’s the white sugar.

    • #88781

      Maricel
      Participant

      I prefer brown sugar.

      • #88959

        Anthony
        Participant

        Oh really, I would love to know the advantages of brown sugar over white if any. I am thinking brown sugar may be better than white

      • #88987

        rextrulove
        Moderator

        @tpicks, a lot of people don’t know it, but the only difference between white sugar and brown sugar is that brown sugar has molasses added to it. Interestingly, the molasses is refined out when white sugar is processed, so it just amounts to adding it back in. 😀

      • #90278

        Anthony
        Participant

        Thank you for this intelligent explanation. I have always reason that brown sugar should be more preferable to the white

    • #89959

      nakitakona13
      Participant

      WE are not drinking any coffee or tea. Only our grandchildren are drinking milk. They are using a brown sugar for their milk. Now I have a supply of an imported honey. I let them use for their milk and bread spread.

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