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Palm Sugar, a Traditional Product that is Rich in Benefits for Everyday Life

Sugar is a natural sweetener that is often used in cooking. One type of sugar that has been used for generations in Indonesia is palm sugar. Palm sugar is usually made from palm tree sap (Palmyra). Because it can also be made from palm tree sap, palm sugar can also be referred to as palm sugar. Palm sugar or palm sugar has a variety of colors, ranging from golden brown to dark brown. To make this sugar, flowers from coconut or palm trees are cut, then the nectar is allowed to flow into the container. Furthermore, the sap and nectar that has been collected is heated until the water in the liquid liquid disappears. The result is coarse brown granules that are similar to brown sugar. Daily Use of Palm Sugar In some Asian countries, including Indonesia, palm sugar is widely used as an ingredient in making sweet and savory foods. Palm sugar has a sucrose content of up to 70 percent and invert sugar (a mixture of glucose and fructose) around 10 percent. In addition to these compositio
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