Sugarcane, scientifically known as Saccharum originally comes from Southeast Asia and belongs to the class of perennial grasses. This antioxidants loaded grasses, counteracting on infections and enhancing immunity resembles to that of a bamboo and are sweet in taste. Infact, a sugarcane is processed to extract the juice resulting in sugar as the outcome.
However, sugar cane can also be eaten as a fruit.
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Benefits of the product:
Prevents decaying of tooth
Relieves sore throat and flu
Helps in curing Jaundice
Strengthens immune sytem
Moisturizes body and skin
Ready to eat on arrival.
Refrigerate for better and fresh taste.
Peel the outer green layer with a knife and then slice the stem longways into quarters.
Chew the stem for juice and throw the remains.
How to eat a sugarcane?
Chew the fiber to exract sweetness: Cut sugarcane into small peices, peel the outer layer, squeez with a machine or directly chew to extract the sweet juice and throw or spit the leftover fiber.
Use the cane as a skewer: Cut sugar cane pieces into thin sticks after peeling of f the outer skin, use skewers for dessert items, like fruit kebabs or to dip strawberries in chocolate.
Try the cane as a swizzle stick: Use the peeled sugar cane as a swizzle stick in any sort of beverage. This can give alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages a natural sweetness.