I have not used this sugar,but certainly shall look out for it,as just the name sounds delicious! I use raw or brown sugar anyway instead of refined white sugar,and honestly would have to go and ask my neighbours for a cupful if ever I needed white!!
Don't know where you get your "scientific facts" must be a different place to me.There is miniscule amount of nutrients left in raw sugar as it is not AS processed. No need to push your views on others.. I have my own views.
Bit like the pot calling the kettle black.You seem to attack many people on this page if they don't agree with YOUR opinion.I have better things to do than worry about small minded people like you.. I am leaving this group. Good luck to the others left.
Can't say I would use it. I don't use sugar except in cake or biscuit making and mostly it's brown sugar. I was only looking at the various types of sugars available in the baking aisle in my supermarket the other day. So many to choose from.
I have used coconut sugar, and honestly I am seriously underwhelmed. The taste, flavour, texture really didn't come through for me, but I convinced myself that it's coconut sugar, it MUST be better for me than regular.
The sad thing is, sugar is sugar and it breaks down exactly the same as unrefined sugar. The claim that unrefined sugar is better for you, is in the fact that it hasn't been stripped nor dyed from it's natural form, but just because it is brown, does that mean it is better for you? I really don't think so.