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Granulated Sugar Alternatives (Grade 10)

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Granulated Sugar Alternatives

This type of sweetener offers many choices in flavour based on type of fruit used, such as pears, apples, grapes, berries, or stone fruits.

The production of this substance begins with flower nectar. In its final stage, it is a viscous liquid sweeter than granulated sugar. Use 1/2 to 2/3 cup of this substance in place of 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This sweetener originates from a South American plant and is 200 times sweeter than sugar. This substance has no calories and is low on the glycemic index. Use 1 teaspoon liquid or 1/2 teaspoon powder of this substance to replace 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This natural sweetener is easy to digest, comes from a flowering plant and contains potassium, cooper and magnesium. It is a staple food in the Middle East. One cup blended with water may substitute for 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This substance is made from the sap of a plant. It contains the minerals zinc, calcium and potassium. Though it has the same calories of granulated sugar it is lower on the glycemic index.

This substance is native to North America and comes from the sap of a tree. It is a source of manganese, calcium, potassium and zinc. Use 3/4 cup of this substance (less 3 tablespoons of other liquid content) to replace 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This substance is a viscous byproduct of sugarcane or sugar beets. It contains cooper, calcium, iron, and manganese. Substitute 1 1/3 cup of this substance for 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This fruit comes from a tropical and subtropical plant and is rich in fibre and potassium. It is an ideal sweetener when pureed in its overripe stage. Use 1 cup of these mashed to replace 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This substance is fermented from a common whole grain, and the liquid heated until it reaches the syrup stage. Use 1 1/3 cup of this substance to replace 1 cup of granulated sugar.

This substance originates in Aztec culture and is derived from a plant. It is high in fructose and processing diminishes plant nutrients. Use 2/3 cup of this sweetener to replace 1 cup of granulated sugar.

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