I've now fully converted to using this sugar as it tastes so wonderful in my cooking and my coffees. We don't use very much sugar at all now and I attribute it to the fact that it has helped me lower my family's "sweetness" threshhold so as a result I've ended up using less of it. Since we don't eat it whole the slight coarseness and irregularity of the granules is never a problem as they dissolve very well. I also pop it in my Thermomix to grind it to a finer icing sugar consistency if I need to dust it. Ironically the only "trouble" with this sugar is that, to me, white sugar now tastes like saccharine or some other artificial sweetener! Oh and I live in Australia and buy maybe 6 bags each year and I believe it's worth the effort.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Oct 30, 2008 | Verified Purchase
The sucanat is OK, I have been using it to bake with and in things that need sweetner. It takes a little getting used to.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Jun 09, 2009 | Verified Purchase
We call this "dirt sugar" in our house. It has a weird texture, but a nice molasses flavour.
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