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A standard substitute for brown sugar is to take 1 Cup = 200 g of white granulated sugar, and mix-in 1 tablespoon of molasses/treacle. There's a lot of flavor in that tablespoon. My own recommendation would be to either supplement your full 200 g of brown sugar with a tablespoon of treacle or consider using 200 g of granulated sugar and mix-in 2 ...


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The key to what you're trying to do is to not replace brown sugar, but to make it. Mix white sugar and treacle (or molasses, same thing) in a food processor. Start with about a tablespoon of treacle to 1 cup (200 grams) of white, granulated sugar. You might end wanting two or three times that amount of treacle. Just gauge it by color. That's how brown sugar ...


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I'm not sure but I think brown suger can also be used to make a Herman. The Herman dough consists of Lactobacillales and yeast. Both need sugar to live. White refined sugar mostly consists of saccharose (99,96 % saccharose, 0,04 % inverted sugar syrup).1 Brown sugar is nothing else than white sugar mixed with molasses. 2 Therefore I assume that you can use ...



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