"Kokuto": Okinawan Mineral Black Sugar
Okinawan Black Sugar, or kokuto, has an incredible depth of flavors compared to conventional brown sugar. Made in the 17th Century in Okinawa, Japan, black sugar has been prized for its signature complex taste — it has a unique robust and savory quality, with a malt-like undercurrent. Unlike refined white cane sugars, black sugar contains many minerals, such as potassium, calcium, and iron. Enjoy experimenting with black sugar in your favorite desserts, beverages, savory dishes, sauces, or as a substitute in any recipe that calls for brown sugar.
Ingredients: Okinawa black sugar
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