>American brown sugar is actually refined white beet sugar with molasse added in to darken itGrim.
>>16698379I tried following an American recipe that called for "brown sugar", but it didn't look right. Then I learned what it means. Then I made this thread. Then I'm calling you a faggot.
>>16698388>bringing up trannies out of the blueThis is a cooking board, no need to advertise your struggles with gender identity.
>>16698382We're literally a third world country these days. Neo-liberalism was a mistake. Thanks Reagan
>>16698382its a country that still measures shit with "cups" and "ounces"
>>16698391Probably some retard that flew in from /v/. That place is full of it and there's zero moderation making them think that shit flies on other boards.
>>16698369>pure canne lol wtf is canne?
>>16698369Well the biggest producer of brown sugar in the USA is C&H, OP. Here is there theme song since you are a bundle of sticks.>IT'S C&H>PURE CANE SUGAR>AFTER ALL
>>16698369most sugar grown in the usa comes from hawaii. we don't really grow large amounts of beets on an industrial scale aside from food colorings and produce. comfy sugar adhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtQCcB9xLDw
>>16700044Canne deez nutz fit in yo mouf? Hey got'em.
>>16698369That's the definition of brown sugar everywhere. You can get less refined sugars with the molasses left in, and they will be brown, but they won't be called brown sugar.
>>16698369>>16700118Sugar production in Hawaii ended back in 2016. Here's the latest data on US sugar production and imports.https://www.ers.usda.gov/publications/pub-details/?pubid=101896
>>16700118totally fuckin wrong
All brown sugar is white sugar with molasses added to it.