As far as nutrients and calories, raw sugar is basically the same as white sugar, it’s just refined differently. The main difference between the two is how the cane juice is boiled – the can juice for raw sugar is only boiled once, whereas, white sugar juice is boiled multiple times to remove the molasses. With that said, there’s more of a molasses flavor in raw sugar, which can add an appetizing flavor to drinks (tea, Arnie Palmer, etc.) and desserts. Raw sugar also has more texture to it, so it can be used with garnishing.
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