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Joined Date: Jan 30, 2012
Birthday: Jun 03
Reviewed Roman-style Chicken
"This recipe follows the notion that Greece, Italy and Southern France cuisine is healthy and enjoyable. I must concur that this recipe meets and exceeds these expectations. Give a try, you won't go wrong.""
Reviewed BLT-rific Mac 'n Cheese
"Cheese and vegetables, what more could some one ask for? ""
That was beautiful. " Let's have some more" is my tag line and I have a blog at http://vidalianguy.wordpress.com.
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Generally regarded as the most pleasant taste, sweetness is almost always caused by a type of simple sugar such as glucose or fructose, ordisaccharides such as sucrose, a molecule combining glucose and fructose. Complex carbohydrates are long chains and thus do not have the sweet taste. Artificial sweeteners such as sucralose are used to mimic the sugar molecule, creating the sensation of sweet, without the calories. Other types of sugar include raw sugar, which is known for its amber color, as it is unprocessed. As sugar is vital for energy and survival, the taste of sugar is pleasant.