It is one of the healthiest and most nutritious sweeteners, besides being one among the sweeteners with the lowest glycemic index.
Coconut sugar has been used for generations as a traditional sweetener in areas of south-east Asia and the Indic subcontinent. It is obtained from the sap of the flower buds. The result from the evaporation of the liquid is the coconut sugar, which looks like brown sugar. The way this sap is obtained does not damage the tree as it allows both getting the sugar as the growth and development of the fruit. The palm tree is not destroyed and therefore it is a sustainable harvest that respects the environment and the local habitat.
Coconut sugar features a very low glycemic index, It is rich in minerals among which you can find potassium, magnesium, zinc and iron. It is also an important source of the group B vitamins.
It is dark brown and it has a subtler taste, than synthetic sugar, with a fruity aftertaste, so it represents a 100% organic alternative to refined sugar which allows you to add a sweet-but-healthy touch to your recipes.
It is great in order to sweeten any kind of dessert or drink, and, of course, it tastes delicious when combined with raw cocoa within any kind of milkshake or “super-shake”, and a perfect sweetener for your cakes, cookies or chocolates
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