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Is raffinose broken down into its component sugars when cooked?
Raffinose is a sugar found in legumes that is indigestible by humans. Which is great, because I'm looking for a sweetener that 1) won't raise blood sugar and 2) doesn't have a bitter aftertaste and ...
Nov 10 '11 at 2:46
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