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03-Sensory2 - Salt Sugar 1 Ancient Salt Trade 2 3 Degree of...

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1 Salt & Sugar
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2 Ancient Salt Trade
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4 Degree of Sweetness Sugar Relative degree of Sweetness Fructose 120 Glucose 70 Sucrose 100 Corn Syrup 30-50 High-Fructose Corn Syrup 80-90 Invert sugar syrup (a.k.a. Honey) 95 Honey The oldest written reference to the use of honey is thought to be Egyptian, of about 5500BC. At that time Lower Egypt was called Bee Land while Upper Egypt was Reed Land. Hunter of bees, Arana, Spain 7000 BCE Sugarcane History Cultivated in India in 400 BCE Sugarcane cultivation technology carried to China and Arabia Crusaders brought sugarcane cultivation to Europe Columbus took sugar to New World in 1493
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5 Sugar Manufacture Extraction of sugar in Sicily, 1584 Production of sugar in Venice Sugar trade source of great wealth for Britain The British made all exports of manufactured goods to their colonies in British ships and the ships returned with rum and sugar System collapsed in the 1800s Low prices due to competition from beet sugar Emancipation and End of slave trade (1830 in England)
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6 Sugars & Refining !
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