Posts Tagged ‘sugar’

degree Brix, Soluble Solids and Percentage Sugar Explained

The easiest and most popular way to measure sugar content of any liquid substances, sometimes also solids, is by refractometer method. Bunches of grapes could be sampled for  average sugar content before harvesting. A way to ensure appropriate sugar content prior to wine processing. This also lessen the addition of commercial white sugar. In juice […]

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The Original Pardo?

I think this is the original pardo mom used to buy when we were still kids. The pardo made of pure juice extracted from sugar cane. Boiled over a wooden fire until crystallization is achieved. The dark brown sugar with fine and irregular sized granules. It taste sweet, slightly acidic and sometimes have a bite […]

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