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Sugar canes , 1 KG pack

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  • Sugar cane is a clump-forming rhizomatrous, this perennial grass produces stout cane-like stems. Encased in a brown bark and standing about five feet tall, straggly dry strands of leaves are attached at the top of the long sugar cane baton. Offering a sweet flavor, the white flesh is juicy and chewy.

  • Sugar cane requires peeling. Enjoy this taste treat eaten out of hand or cut into thin strips. Its juice contains sucrose and makes refined white sugar and brown sugar. By-products are made into syrup, and molasses. Cane sugar flavors and sweetens and even preserves food as it inhibits microorganisms. Refined and processed, it is made into granulated sugar for table use and cooking.

  • Stalks can be stored under cool, moist conditions for about two weeks, though they may dry slightly.

  • Sugar Cane Juice

    Ingredients:

    Big pieces of Sugar cane
    1/2 lemon
    1/2 inch ginger
    1/4 cup of water

    Instructions:

    1. First cut the big pieces of sugar cane into small pieces, then peel the thick skin along the nodes.
    2. Then cut again into small pieces again.
    3. In a blender add these small pieces along with ginger, lemon juice, and water. Then blend everything well for 3 minutes.
    4. Using a strainer strain the sugar cane juice, and squeeze well to get the entire juice.
    5. Enjoy with or without ice.