Coconut blossom sugar

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Coconut blossom sugar

Origin: Indonesia
Net volumes and weights: 50ml / 50g / 1.76oz

Sugars have very different sweetening powers and very variable glycemic indices; the reference sugar Glucose has a GI glycemic index, maximum of 100. Sucrose (table sugar) has a GI of 70. These two products are therefore prohibited for diabetics and are not the friends of your slimming diet. In addition, they undergo multiple treatments, to make them "refined", to make them whiter than white, but with great chemistry!

So choose the natural sugars that we offer, they are clean, they have taste and lower GI and will therefore be allies of your health. For example coconut blossom sugar is only 25 to 35 and the absolute low GI record holder is xylitol with a GI of 7.

Usage tips

Its lightly toasted fragrance evokes toast, with a pleasant acidity. Its marked taste of caramel naturally makes it suitable for crème brûlée, Catalan cream, pies and tarte tatin and caramelized foie gras. It can flavor your yogurts, stewed white cheeses and hot drinks.

Its low glycemic index, IG 35, makes it accessible to diabetics.


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