21 January, 2016

Vegetarian Sugar!


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Did you know there's a high chance that the most popular store-bought sugars may contain bone char? Talk about kill-joy news to the sweet tooth. All of a sudden, cupcakes and snicker doodles don't sound so good anymore. :( Never fear, here's a blog to trust with a list of vegetarian/vegan-friendly sugars!

Products:
Billingtons
Florida Crystals Organic Cane Sugar
Imperial Granulated Sugar
Imperial Powdered Sugar
Now Foods Beet Sugar
Rapunzel Rapadura
Red Path Sugar
Sugar In The Raw
The Raw Cane
Trader Joe’s Organic Sugar Evaporated Cane Juice
Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Organic Light Brown Sugar
Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Organic Sugar
Wholesome Sweeteners Fair Trade Organic Dark Brown Sugar
Woodstock Farms Organic Pure Cane Sugar
Zulka

Companies:
American Crystal Sugar Company
Certified USDA organic sugar (azúcar orgánica certificada, sello USDA)
Florida Crystals Refinery
Imperial Sugar Company
Irish Sugar Ltd
Monitor Sugar Company
Pillsbury
Rapadura
Refined Sugars Incorporated
Sucanat
Sugar in the Raw
SuperValue
Supreme Sugar Company
Tate & Lyle North American Sugars Inc
Turbinado sugar (turbinated sugar)
Western Sugar

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50 comments:

  1. ;______; ¿Huesos carbonizados? ¿A qué se debe eso?

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    1. Supuestamente ayuda el azúcar agarrar un color blanco, pero hay otras maneras de hacer eso sin tener que usar huesos.

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  2. Really interesting post...thx for sharing! xx

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  3. Lovely post dear! Maybe we could follow each other on GFC?
    If yes, follow me and I follow back as soon as I see it.
    Let me know with a comment on my Blog pinkrabbitbeauty.blogspot.com

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  4. Gahhh!!
    That is horrible, why would they do that? We buy Tate & Lyle so hopefully it is okay.
    Lynne x

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  5. Wow,,, how can you be so knowledgeable?
    love
    tweedles

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    1. Oh, I don't know everything my Tweedles, but I do love helping others. :)<3

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  6. Super interesante el post !! tomo nota !

    Buen fin de semana
    Besotes
    Iván


    http://www.thetrendysurfer.com/

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  7. Nunca había oído de este tipo de azucar!

    http://helderschicplace.blogspot.com/2016/01/easy-breezy-beautiful.html

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    1. The tea set is actually from a vintage coloring book, but I colored it in using Paint! :)

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  9. Ohn, so sweetie :D Thanks a lot :D

    I didn't know about this. So informative. Thanks a lot :D

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  10. Me parece muy interesante!!besos

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  11. Gracias por la información! Yo ya casi no uso azúcar, prefiero la stevia ^^
    Un beso!

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    1. De nada, Hari; siempre un gusto ayudar. :)

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  12. This is amazing!
    I LOVE your design so much! So creative! ♥

    Wishing You A Wonderful New Week!
    xoxo Suzy ( ˘ ³˘)♥
    THE KAWAII PLANET

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  13. Such a great post, really eye opening! I will definitely be taking this into account when I cook for vegetarian friends :-)
    xoxo
    http://gingersnaphattie.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. õhn, you are so so nice! Thanks a lot, my dear :D

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  15. I had never heard of this! Thanks for letting us know!

    -Kati

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  16. these are always so exciting to read!!
    Never thought there could be bone char in sugar D: ugh...
    Thank you for the helpful information, Adi <3

    and and the picture is sooo cute >w<

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    1. Awwr thank you. :))
      Yeah, it came as a shock to me when I first found out!

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  17. Amazing lists!
    I have sugar beet every day!
    White suger makes me tired :)

    akiko

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    1. Thank you, Akiko! I will have to try it sometime.

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  18. Me gusta tu blog, consejos sanos y justo ahora quiero bajar de peso :)
    Saludos desde El Blog de Boris Estebitan.
    Me parece genial el diseño de tu blog y la opcion de cambiar de español a ingles.

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    1. Muchas gracias, Boris. Visitaré tu blog también. :)

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  19. Ohh my, a veggie based blog...Why haven't I come across you sooner!?
    Thank you so much for sharing details! Bone char? Eww...

    - Harlynn
    mindyourmadness.blogspot.com

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    1. You're very sweet, thank you! ~.o

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  20. bone char!! really!! wow! But thanks for sharing this information! <3

    -LAZYPANDAH
    ♥ lazypandah blog (✪㉨✪)♥

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    1. Those were my thoughts exactly! You're welcome. :)

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  21. Huesos carbonizadooos D: oh que horrible. En mi casa se acostumbrq a comer caña de azucar. Su color es como cafesito :) besitos!

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  22. Yo dejé el azúcar blanco hace un par de años pero la pena es que la bollería y casi todo lo llevan, así que me paso la vida leyendo etiquetas... Suelo comprar azúcar de caña ecológico para mis recetas.

    El azúcar es el veneno de la vida moderna.

    Un besazo, buen blog! ^^

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    1. Yo estoy igual, siempre leyendo etiquetas.</3
      Como nos complican la vida. Jajaja

      Muchas gracias. :)

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  23. Apparently in Australia this is a lot less of an issue than in the USA - do you know if bone char in sugar is common in most countries or just the USA

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    1. You're quite right; the majority of sugar manufacturers in Australia have cut out the bone-char process. Lucky you! :)
      The bone char is actually common in the UK as well, Mexico, and a couple of other places.

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