Kitchen Science: What’s the Difference Between Brown and White Sugar?

We know that, scientifically speaking, brown sugar makes better song lyrics than white sugar, but what is the actual chemical difference between the two? Learn why brown sugar clumps up, how you can unclump it, and what it’s good for.

Source: Kitchen Science: What’s the Difference Between Brown and White Sugar?

It’s interesting how important an ingredient can be to a recipe.  Cooking is an art, but baking is science (for hungry people™).

Don’t be fooled – organic white sugar is still just as “processed” as white sugar.  “Organic” only means how it is farmed, not processed.

This for That: Cooking & Baking Substitutes

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Some stuff seems OK – it breaks out the component ingredients for things that are frequently bought as a combination, like poultry seasoning. The rest, though? They are not even close and would produce an entirely different thing in a lot of cases.  But then, that’s typically the challenge when trying to “veganize” and/or make a recipe gluten free for example.

…or you could just buy the actual ingredients 😉