Nerafinita dolĉigaĵo: Malsamoj inter versioj

(Nova paĝo: eta|Sekigitaj kaj pulvorigitaj folioj de ''[[Stevia'']] '''Nerafinita dolĉigaĵo''' aŭ '''nerafinita dolĉigilo''' estas natura, tute ne ...)
 
La [[sevo]] de kelkaj specioj estas koncentrata por fabriki dolĉigaĵojn, kutime per sekigado aŭ boligado.
 
*Kansuko, kansiropo, kanmelaso kaj kruda [[sukero]], kiu havas multajn regionajn kaj komercajn nomojn inkluzive de [[demerara]], [[jaggery]], [[muscovado]], [[panela]], [[piloncillo]], [[turbinado]] kaj [[sucanat]] estas ĉiuj faritaj el [[sukerkano]].
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*[[Dolĉa sorgosiropo]] estas farita de la dolĉa suko de la tigoj de [[sorgo]], aparte de [[dukolora sorgo]].
*Cane juice, [[Steen's cane syrup|syrup]], [[Molasses#Cane_molasses|molasses]], and [[raw sugar]], which has many regional and commercial names including [[demerara (sugar)|demerara]], [[jaggery]], [[muscovado]], [[panela]], [[piloncillo]], [[turbinado sugar]], [[Florida Crystals]] and [[Sucanat]], are all made from [[sugarcane]] (''Saccharum'' spp.).
*Meksika aŭ maiza sukero estas farita boligante la sukon de verdaj [[maizo|maizotigoj]].<ref>{{cite book |last=Johnston |first=James F. W. |coauthors=Arthur H. Church |title=The Chemistry of Common Life |origyear=1880 |url=http://books.google.com/?id=kt5uSIGHL5kC&pg=PR3&dq=The+Chemistry+of+Common+Life+James+F.+Johnston |accessdate=2008-06-01 |date=2006-02-07 |publisher=D. Appleton and company |page=198 }}</ref>
*[[Sweet sorghum|Sweet sorghum syrup]] is made from the sugary juice extracted from the stalks of ''[[Sorghum]]'' spp., especially [[Sorghum bicolor|''S. bicolor'']].{{Citation needed|date=March 2009}}
*Mexican or maize sugar can be made by[[Agavosirupo]] boilingestas downfarita theel juicela ofsevo greende [[maizeagavo]]j, stalksinteralie de ''Agave tequilana''.<ref>{{cite book |last=Johnston Beckley |first=James F.Jacqueline WH. |coauthors=Arthur H.Jack Huang, Elizabeth Topp, Michele Foley and Witoon ChurchPrinyawiwatkul |title=TheAccelerating ChemistryNew ofFood CommonProduct LifeDesign |origyear=1880and Development |url= http://books.google.com/?id=kt5uSIGHL5kCCvQCYH-lRXIC&pg=PR3PA36&dq=The+Chemistry%22Agave+of+Common+Life+James+F.+Johnstonsyrup%22 |accessdate=2008-0605-0113 |dateyear=2006-02-072007 |publisher=D.Blackwell AppletonPublishing and company|isbn=081380809X |page=19836 }}</ref>
*[[AgaveBetula nectarsiropo]] isestas madefarita fromel thela sapsevo ofde ''[[Agave]]'' spp., including [[tequila agavebetulo]]j (''Agave tequilanaBetula'' spp.).<ref>{{cite bookjournal |last= BeckleyKallio |first= Jacqueline H. Heikki |coauthors=Tuija Jack HuangTeerinen, ElizabethSeija ToppAhtonen, MicheleMeri FoleySuihko, and WitoonReino PrinyawiwatkulR. Linko|year= 1989|month= |title=AcceleratingComposition Newand FoodProperties Productof DesignBirch andSyrup Development''(Betula pubescens)'' |urljournal=J. Agric. Food Chem. |volume=37 |pages=51–54 |url=http://bookspubs.googleacs.comorg/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/jafcau/1989/37/i01/f-pdf/f_jf00085a012.pdf?idsessid=CvQCYH-lRXIC&pg=PA36&dq6006l3 |format=%22Agave+syrup%22PDF |accessdate=2008-05-1314 |yeardoi=200710.1021/jf00085a012 |publisher=Blackwell}} Publishing{{Dead link|isbndate=081380809XOctober 2010|pagebot=36 H3llBot}}</ref>
*[[Maple syrupAcerosiropo]], [[Maple taffy|taffy]]kaj and [[Mapleacera sugar|sugarsukero]] areestas madefaritaj fromel thela sapsevo of tappedde [[mapleacero]] treesj (''Acer'' spp.).<ref>{{cite book |last=Moerman |first=Daniel E. |title=Native American Ethnobotany |url=http://books.google.com/?id=ŬaQat5icHUC&pg=PA41&dq=maple+sugar+taffy+syrup+Acer |accessdate=2008-05-14 |year=1998 |publisher=Timber Press |isbn=0881924539 |pages=38–41 }}</ref>
*[[Birch syrup]] is made from [[Birch sap|the sap]] of [[Birch]] trees (''Betula'' spp.).<ref>{{cite journal |last=Kallio |first=Heikki |coauthors=Tuija Teerinen, Seija Ahtonen, Meri Suihko, and Reino R. Linko|year= 1989|month= |title=Composition and Properties of Birch Syrup ''(Betula pubescens)'' |journal=J. Agric. Food Chem. |volume=37 |pages=51–54 |url=http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/jafcau/1989/37/i01/f-pdf/f_jf00085a012.pdf?sessid=6006l3 |format=PDF |accessdate=2008-05-14 |doi=10.1021/jf00085a012 }} {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref>
*[[Palm sugarPalmosukero]] isestas madefarita bybatante tappingflortigojn thede flower stalk of variousdiversaj [[Palm tree|palmpalmo]]sj topor collectkolekti thela sapsevon. TheLa mostplej importantgrava speciesspecio forestas thisla ishinda the Indian date palmdaktilujo (''[[Phoenix sylvestris]]''), butsed otheraliaj speciesspecioj usedkiel include palmyra (''[[Borassus]] flabelliformis''), coconut[[kokoso]] (''[[Coconut|Cocos nucifera]]''), toddy (''[[Caryota urens]]''), gomuti (''[[Arenga]] saccharifera''), andkaj nipa (''[[Nypa fruticans]]'') palmsankaŭ utilas.<ref>{{cite book |last=Balfour |first=Edward |title= Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial and Scientific |origyear=1871 |url=http://books.google.com/?id=jmoIAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA194&dq=palm+sugar#PPA194,M1 |accessdate=2008-05-15 |edition=2nd |volume=1 |date=2007-05-29 |publisher=Oxford University |page=194 }}</ref><ref>{{cite book |last=Lock |first=Charles George Warnford |coauthors=George William Wigner and Robert Henry Harl |title=Sugar Growing and Refining |origyear=1882 |url=http://books.google.com/?id=vRNDAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA408&dq=palm+sugar+date#PPA408,M1 |accessdate=2008-05-15 |date=2007-10-22 |publisher=E. & F. N. Spon |pages=408–409 }}</ref>
*[[Maple syrup]], [[Maple taffy|taffy]] and [[Maple sugar|sugar]] are made from the sap of tapped [[maple]] trees (''Acer'' spp.).<ref>{{cite book |last=Moerman |first=Daniel E. |title=Native American Ethnobotany |url=http://books.google.com/?id=ŬaQat5icHUC&pg=PA41&dq=maple+sugar+taffy+syrup+Acer |accessdate=2008-05-14 |year=1998 |publisher=Timber Press |isbn=0881924539 |pages=38–41 }}</ref>
-->*La dolĉa [[rezino]] de la [[pinio]] ''Pinus lambertiana'' estis taksata de [[John Muir]] pli bona ol acera sukero.<ref name = Saunders>{{cite book |title=Edible and Useful Wild Plants of the United States and Canada |url=http://books.google.com/?id=4IwrWyK7OmQC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Edible+and+Useful+Wild+Plants+of+the+United+States+and+Canada |last=Saunders |first=Charles Francis |year=1976 |publisher=Courier Dover Publications |isbn=0486233103 |page=219 }}</ref>
*[[Palm sugar]] is made by tapping the flower stalk of various [[Palm tree|palm]]s to collect the sap. The most important species for this is the Indian date palm (''[[Phoenix sylvestris]]''), but other species used include palmyra (''[[Borassus]] flabelliformis''), coconut (''[[Coconut|Cocos nucifera]]''), toddy (''[[Caryota urens]]''), gomuti (''[[Arenga]] saccharifera''), and nipa (''[[Nypa fruticans]]'') palms.<ref>{{cite book |last=Balfour |first=Edward |title= Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial, Industrial and Scientific |origyear=1871 |url=http://books.google.com/?id=jmoIAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA194&dq=palm+sugar#PPA194,M1 |accessdate=2008-05-15 |edition=2nd |volume=1 |date=2007-05-29 |publisher=Oxford University |page=194 }}</ref><ref>{{cite book |last=Lock |first=Charles George Warnford |coauthors=George William Wigner and Robert Henry Harl |title=Sugar Growing and Refining |origyear=1882 |url=http://books.google.com/?id=vRNDAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA408&dq=palm+sugar+date#PPA408,M1 |accessdate=2008-05-15 |date=2007-10-22 |publisher=E. & F. N. Spon |pages=408–409 }}</ref>
*The sweet [[resin]] of the [[Sugar Pine]] (''Pinus lambertiana'') was considered by [[John Muir]] to be better than maple sugar.
 
--><ref name = Saunders>{{cite book |title=Edible and Useful Wild Plants of the United States and Canada |url=http://books.google.com/?id=4IwrWyK7OmQC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Edible+and+Useful+Wild+Plants+of+the+United+States+and+Canada |last=Saunders |first=Charles Francis |year=1976 |publisher=Courier Dover Publications |isbn=0486233103 |page=219 }}</ref>
 
 
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