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    Posted: 16 May 2019 at 13:26
Next on my to-do list: Tepache -

Originally posted by FarmSteady FarmSteady wrote:

The key to [tepache] is piloncillo, an unrefined cane sugar that comes in a cone shape and can be found online and in Mexican specialty stores. This sugar smells like a cross between maple sugar candy and cola, and once you taste it you’ll be sneaking it into your dessert recipes as well. You can sub in a cup of turbinado or brown sugar in a pinch.
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