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“Kelly's bug would skip the whole photosynthetic sugar-making step.”
“Would 70 mph winds destroy canopies, shutting down the vineyard's sugar-making machines?”
“Molasses is a byproduct of the sugar-making process, and is made with both sugar cane and sugar beets.”
“Without the engine to drive the sugar-making machine, those beautiful little bunches just aren't going to ripen any further.”
“He now obliged us by parting with six oxen, trained for his own use in sugar-making.”
“Today, most molasses available to consumers are actually blends of molasses and syrups from various stages throughout the sugar-making process.”
“Around the 6th century CE, both the cane and sugar-making technology were carried westward from the delta of the Indus River to the head of the Persian Gulf and the delta of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, where the Persians made sugar a prized ingredient in their cooking.”
“Some citizens thought it acrid or even putrescent, and after a couple of seasons of sugar-making they left town, unable to stand the new odors.”
“[Applause] And enough cane was cut to produce practically ten million tons, enough to have resulted in ten million tons if the industrial side of the sugar-making process had held up its end.”
“The next sugar-making season will begin in five months or so.”
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