Jaggery

Jaggery is a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar that is consumed in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and other parts of the world. It is prepared from sugarcane juice or palm sap that has been cooked to a thick, syrupy consistency before being cooled and moulded into blocks or other shapes. It’s famous for its peculiar flavour, which is deep, earthy, and reminiscent of molasses or caramel. It is used in a variety of dishes and beverages as a sweetener and flavouring agent, including desserts, candies, and spicy dishes. It is also used as a natural sweetener and is said to offer a variety of health benefits. It is a key element in many traditional cuisines and contributes significantly to the agricultural economy of many countries.

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Jaggery is a traditional non-centrifugal cane sugar that is consumed in South Asia, Southeast Asia, and other parts of the world. It is prepared from sugarcane juice or palm sap that has been cooked to a thick, syrupy consistency before being cooled and moulded into blocks or other shapes. It’s famous for its peculiar flavour, which is deep, earthy, and reminiscent of molasses or caramel. It is used in a variety of dishes and beverages as a sweetener and flavouring agent, including desserts, candies, and spicy dishes. It is also used as a natural sweetener and is said to offer a variety of health benefits. It is a key element in many traditional cuisines and contributes significantly to the agricultural economy of many countries.

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