Sugar cane juice

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Sugar cane juice: properties, contraindications, uses, recipes, production and all the information on sugar cane juice.

Thesugar cane juiceis consumed likenatural drinkin various locations around the globe, especially in places where thesugar caneit is grown in abundance (Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Egypt and Latin America).

Production is simple: thesugar caneit is placed in manual (operated by a crank) or electric press juice extractors, the sugar cane, thus pressed, returns the typical yellow-green drink.

Thesugar cane juiceit can be consumed as a drink or treated at high temperatures to evaporate the liquid fraction and obtain cane sugar and / or a sugar cane syrup. In this case we speak ofevaporated cane juicealthough, as we will see later, with this term the food industry refers to a series of very sugary substancesrefined. Sometimes the treatment ofevaporationit can be performed at low temperatures but in any case the majority of micronutrients that make it so precioussugar caneare lost.

Theresugar caneit is rich in calcium, chromium, cobalt, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium and zinc, it also contains a fair amount of iron and vitamins A, C, B1, B2, B3, B5 and B6, plus a high concentration of phytonutrients (including chlorophyll).

Sugar cane juice

It is obtained by squeezing thesugar cane"Peeled". It is generally served as a cold drink and sometimes enriched with other natural ingredients such as lemon or lime juice (typical Brazilian, Cuban and Colombian Benvanda), in Brazil it is also served with pineapple juice while in India and on the island of Zanzibar it is they prepare fruit cocktails withsugar cane juice, passion fruit, ice and ginger. In India it is consumed with a pinch of black salt or mint.

For usEuropeansthesugar cane juiceit is not very popular, however it is the most consumed drink in India, particularly in the northern states of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. In these places it is very common to come across street vendors of sugar cane juice who press the cane at the moment, even in Indonesia and Maleysia this juice is bought from street vendors scattered throughout the territory. In Egypt, all fruit juice producers bring cane juice to supermarket shelves!

Despite the abundance ofStreet vendors who offer this drink, if you go don't buy it! Betweencontraindicationsmore common are short-term ones linked to the hygienic conditions in which the cane juice is prepared. There are several diseases transmitted by sugar cane, leptospirosis is just one of them.

In the state of Santa Caterina, Brazil, at least 49 tourists have contracted Chagas disease after consuming sugarcane juice. The vectors of these diseases (insects and rodents) contaminate the sugar cane used for the production of the juice. Cane juice is aculture mediumideal for many microorganisms, so it should always be stored in the refrigerator.

Packaged sugar cane juice is bottled after pasteurization and therefore, even though it is less nutritious, it is safer for health.

Evaporated cane juice

Evaporated cane juice "it is a very vague term that identifies a long list of sugars including glucose and fructose. Theevaporated cane juiceis a partially purified sugar (refined) and produced by a crystallization process during the grinding of sugar cane. If, on the label, among the list of ingredients of a product you read "evaporated cane juice "or “evaporated organic cane juice”, most likely it is the classic refined white sugar. The case of misleading labels linked to the term “evaporated cane juice” has caused much discussion.

The sameUS FDA(Food and Drug Administration, states that the termevaporated cane juiceit is deceptive. According to the FDA, by definition, evaporated cane juice can identify any sweetener derived from sugar cane syrup. The term is misleading because it implies that it may be sugar cane juice while it is a refined sugar syrup. This ingredient can also be referred to as cane syrup.

Video: Tubo Sugar Cane Juice Glorietta Makati Metro Manila Philippines (June 2022).


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