Jaggery is a traditional, non-centrifugal cane sugar consumed in the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia.#

It's similar to Latin American panela (also known as piloncillo) which contains up 50% sucrose with 20% Invert sugars made from other insoluble matter such as wood ash proteins bagasse fibres .

Jaggery is similar to muscovado, an important sweetener in Portuguese cuisine and British cooking. The Kenyan sukari ngutu/nguru has no fiber; instead it's dark brown with a firm texture made from sugar cane or extracted from palm trees like the one located near Chennai India- this type can also be found outside of these areas but only if you're lucky enough! Jaggery comes mainly form sugar yields obtained through tapping into date palms' sap which provides more prized qualities for use rather than those produced by other plants such as cotton fields that often lead up towards its discovery during ancient times

Jaggery has been used in many cultures as an ingredient for sweet and savoury dishes. For example, it can be found added to the sambar dish of India or Pakistan's national cuisine--Udupi food favourites! Jaggery also provides balancing sweetness when mixed with lentil soup base during cooking processes within Gujarat style recipes which are usually more spicy than other types because they're typically made from untoasted grains like tamils/udums (first soaked then boiled). In Sri Lanka though most people use this sticky substance made out kithul palm trees sap instead; these days you'll find them using coconut syrup too if possible.

Jaggery has many uses, one being to make alcoholic beverages. It can also be mixed with buttermilk and mustard oil for the inside of tandoor ovens or used as natural dying material in fabric production! You might even find it near you when enjoying hookahs on your next trip abroad-in Pakistan or India (or both!). The largest producer countries are India which accounts for 60%+of global trade volumes; Brazil , Malaysia etc., all specializing heavily into gur exports respectively .

India is the major player when it comes to producing jaggery, as many manufacturing units are located in rural regions. The largest number of these production facilities can be found near Kushinagar District within Uttar Pradesh state; other large producers include Maharashtra (Maharashtra), Karnataka(Karnatka) Tamil Nadu an UP State). Despite its popularity with locals who often use gur instead o sugar/substitutes like honey or cashews because they're cheaper alternatives than refined sweeteners such high-priced products won't always taste so nice without them!

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Pub: Jan 14 2022 22:45 UTC
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