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What is the difference between White Sugar and Brown Sugar?

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E. Stanley

E. Stanley

E. Stanley
E. Stanley, Technical writer, Indianapolis

Answered Aug 13, 2019

White Sugar and Brown Sugar are two different types of sugar. Sugar generally, is gotten from sugar cane after so many processes. The difference between white and brown sugar comes from the various ways of preparing the two. White sugar is the ideal and refined sugar gotten from sugar cane, while brown sugar is gotten from white sugar, but the difference in color is due to the addition of syrup. And the degree of coloration depends on the amount of syrup that is added.

White Sugar and Brown Sugar are two different types of sugar. Sugar generally, is gotten from sugar
Brown sugar simply means sugar, which has only been partially refined and still contains molasses. The molasses in brown sugar is what brings about the soft texture that it has. The most commonly used type of sugar is white sugar, it is present in every home, while brown sugar is not as common as white sugar. The level of moist in brown sugar is higher than the one in white sugar, and that is why it must not be left open

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