Foods Alive - Coconut Sugar
Coconut sugar is made by evaporating the coconut sap, which is hand-harvested by traditional sugar farmers. These farmers climb high into the canopy of coconut palms to gently slice the blossoms from their stems and collect the sweet nectar. The nectar that is collected is then kettle-boiled into a thick caramel syrup, which is then dehydrated and ground into crystals.
Coconut Palm Sugar*
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