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Wasanbon sugar 250g

Wasanbon sugar 250g

It is produced in small quantities in Higashi-Kagawa City in Kagawa Prefecture and Kamitamachi and Awa City in Tokushima Prefecture.

It has a light yellow color, a soft and delicate taste and aroma, and uses a variety of sugar cane called bamboo cane, which is shorter and has a smaller stem than Ok


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Description

It is produced in small quantities in Higashi-Kagawa City in Kagawa Prefecture and Kamitamachi and Awa City in Tokushima Prefecture.

It has a light yellow color, a soft and delicate taste and aroma, and uses a variety of sugar cane called bamboo cane, which is shorter and has a smaller stem than Okinawa's sugar cane.

There are many different names for Waban sugar, but the most common one comes from grinding sugar three times on a wooden plate (盆ので砂糖を三度 "研ぐ").

Bamboo cane is planted in March and harvested around the end of November. After harvesting, the cane is juiced, and the juice is boiled and the impurities are removed. Lime is added to the juice and boiled again to remove impurities. After that, the impurities are allowed to precipitate, and the clarified liquid is obtained from the top and cooled to obtain white sugar. The so-called "white sugar" is the sugar before it turns white.

The production process from white sugar to three pots of sugar is actually separating out the molasses, leaving behind the sugar crystals, which is the refining of sugar. The white sugar is placed in a sack and put into a barrel, and the molasses is pressed out of the white sugar by using the lever principle, a step called "Arakake.

After one night of "Arakake", the color becomes slightly lighter. The sugar is softened by beating with a mallet and adding the appropriate amount of water, and then the sugar is kneaded by hand.

If you don't go through "yangi", you can't make molasses by pressure alone. It is usually done three times, and in recent years, five times. When it is dried, we get three pots of sugar.

名称

砂糖

原材料名

さとうきび(徳島県産)、砂糖

保存方法(未開封)

直射日光、高温多湿を避け冷暗所に保存

賞味期限(未開封時)
※製造日を起点とした期限です。

製造日から 150 日

コンタミネーション

* 本品加工所では、小麦・乳成分・卵・そば・落花生・えび・かにを含む食品も扱っています。(特定原材料7品目中)(250g、1kg)

栄養成分表示

(100g当たり) エネルギー 398kcal たんぱく質 0.1g 脂質 0.1g 炭水化物 99.2g 食塩相当量 0g

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