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Other answers have mentioned the possibility of different colors of rock sugar, but just to be clear, the question is asking about this brown type of sugar from Teavana: There is also clear ("white") rock sugar (sometimes also known as rock candy or crystal sugar), such as this: As one other answer mentioned, rock sugar is often manufactured from beet ...


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There is no way to rescue your frosting. It is not just a mixture of ingredients, it used to have a very complicated internal structure, which is now gone. You will have to start a new batch. I assume that the taste of the frosting hasn't changed much. It cannot be used for its original purpose, but you should be able to repurpose it in many ways, for ...


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I have never seen, heard of, or found any reference to powdered sugar cubes. Sugar cubes are made with white granulated sugar. They can also be colored or flavored, but the typical cubes found at the market are plain white sugar. Powdered sugar is also known as confectioner's sugar and is used for frostings, dusting the tops of cakes & funnel cakes, ...


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I bought the German Rock Sugar at Teavana along with my tea. I do prefer my tea with the German rock sugar. I have put it in with the leaves, and in afterward it brews. No difference. If using boiled water (as you should) it completely dissolves in the 3min I steep the tea. I would buy the german rock sugar again but not at Teavana, because of the price.


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The only reason to sweeten a dish like this is personal taste, you could add less or leave it out, it's not essential for a beef casserole. It could be a substitute for molasses, although why you'd add 1/2 cup of molasses to a beef casserole it beyond me. As for why it's in there who knows? It may be when the recipe was first made that some of the ...


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I do not see the general advice about substituting a quarter of the sugar in baking recipes with powdered milk. For example, if a recipe calls for 1 cup / 200 g of sugar, use ¾ cup / 150 g of sugar and ¼ cup / 50 g powdered milk instead. This reduces the overall amount of sugar (even though milk contains lactose) but should not affect the consistency. ...



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