Sunday, July 5, 2015
Organo Gold is supertrots op zijn producten, en enkele van de meest populaire zijn niet alleen boordevol heilzame ingrediënten zoals antioxidant-rijke Ganoderma lucidum en cafeïne, ze hebben ook een vleugje zoetheid om die trek in de middag te beteugelen. We kijken naar jou OG Gourmet Café Latte, OG Gourmet Café Mocha en OG K-Cups in Caramel Vanilla. OG Gourmet Café Latte, OG Gourmet Café Mocha and OG K-Cups in Caramel Vanilla.
Maar niet al onze producten zijn voorgezoet, wat betekent dat onze klanten vrij zijn om hun eigen favoriete zoetstof naar smaak toe te voegen. Tegenwoordig is er een overvloed aan zoetstoffen op de markt – van goede ouderwetse rietsuiker tot moderne alternatieven zoals stevia-extract, agavesiroop, kokossuiker, rijstsiroop of natuurlijke zoetstof rechtstreeks uit de bijenkorf – zoete honing.
Today on the koffie, we thought we’d take a look at the sweet smattering of options available to those who want to ‘sweeten the deal’ with some of their OG products. Here is a taste of the different types of popular sugars:
Granulated sugar is a highly refined, multi-purpose sugar. It’s also sometimes called refined, table, or white sugar. When people talk about “sugar,” this is usually what they’re talking about. Granulated sugar is made from sugarcane and sugar beets. It’s also one of the most common types of sugar used in baking.
Raw Cane Sugar
Unlike granulated sugar, which comes from sugarcane or sugar beets, cane sugar is produced solely from sugarcane and is minimally processed. It also has a slightly larger grain than granulated sugar, and has a darker color.
Turbinado is another type of minimally refined raw cane sugar. This sugar variety has large, medium-brown crystals, and is often mistaken for standard brown sugar, because of its color, though it’s not the same thing. Turbinado sugar has a delicate caramel flavor, is commonly used to sweeten beverages, and can also be used in baking.
Demerara sugar is a variety of raw cane sugar that is minimally refined. It has large grains, with an amber color, and a natural, subtle molasses flavor. It is often used to sweeten coffee or tea, and as a topping on baked goods, like muffins, scones, cookies, and cakes.
Also referred to as Barbados sugar, muscovado sugar is a variety of unrefined cane sugar in which the molasses is not removed. It comes in dark and light varieties, and has a sticky, wet, sandy texture with a rich, complex flavor. While muscovado sugar can be used as a substitute for brown sugar, its flavor is much stronger. It’s especially wonderful when used in barbecue sauce, marinades, and savory dishes. But we think a teaspoon of it in a cup of OG K-Cups Royal Brewed is just superb.
Where were you last night at midnight? Would you have wanted to be somewhere else?
Bron: Stroke of Midnightaraa
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