Molasses is a byproduct of the sugar cane or sugar beet refining process. Recipes that call for molasses are mostly referring to light molasses, which comes from the first boiling of sugar cane or sugar beet juice. More »

Bananas themselves are technically considered berries and do not have seeds; however they reproduce asexually through corms. Corms are the base of a banana plant, or its rhizome. More »

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Blackstrap molasses is a byproduct of crystallized cane sugar, while sorghum syrup is made from boiled cane sorghum. Blackstrap molasses often has a bitter or burnt aftertaste due to how it is produced, while sorghum syr... More »

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With the advent of gas-powered engines in 1892, gasoline, once considered a mere byproduct of the crude oil refining process, began its rise to become one of the most used fuels in the world. The United States uses rough... More »

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Molasses is a byproduct of sugar production. As the juice — from sugar cane or sugar beets — cooks, it forms crystals of sugar and molasses. The manufacturer uses a machine to spin out the liquid, leaving the sugar cryst... More »

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Table sugar comes from plants, usually sugar cane or sugar beet. There are also minor commercial sugar crops like the date palm, sorghum and sugar maple. Sugar production is a long and complicated process that is highly ... More »