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If Wholesome! Organic Sugar is added in conjunction with the organic molasses the substitution should work. Part of the joy of baking with organic brown sugar is the combination of structure and texture that sucrose offers complemented by the molasses flavor profile. We recommend mixing 1/4 cup molasses into[...]
No, honey is not a low glycemic sweetener. In order for a product to be considered low on the Glycemic Index, it needs to be below 50, and the honey is above that with a range between 60-70.
Organic Honey is sourced deep in the forests of southern Mexico and the Amazonian jungles in Brazil. The bees forage on many varieties of jungle flora during the honey-producing season. It is therefore a multi-floral honey. As the year progresses the honey is inclined to darken due to[...]
Wholesome! Organic Raw Honey is minimally strained to keep most of the natural pollen properties within it. It is not heated over 110 degrees F to ensure all the natural enzymes are left within the honey.
Wholesome! Organic Blackstrap Molasses has multiple uses, including cooking, baking, and nutritional benefits. Please visit our website for a comprehensive list of organic molasses recipes.
Yes, Wholesome! Organic Blackstrap Molasses is unsulphered. In the days before multi-vitamins, molasses was treasured for its nutritional values.
No enzymes are added to our Organic Molasses. It contains only the natural enzymes that are already prevalent in this organic sugar cane. We do not add any preservatives or additives.
The natural vanilla flavor comes from organic vanilla extract.
Wholesome! Organic Light Corn Syrup is the only organic alternative to GMO-based, highly processed, synthetic corn syrups on the market. It is NOT a high-fructose corn syrup! Wholesome! Organic Light Corn Syrup with organic vanilla perfectly kicks up the traditional corn syrup recipe. In taste tests, we found[...]
No, there are tremendous differences between the organic blue agave and high fructose corn syrup and how they are made. For a detailed explanation, please see our Agave Facts vs. Fiction page.