How to Make Molasses?

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I am afraid if you don't live in Vermont, and have the right kinds of trees to tap, you can't make your own molasses. Make sure when buying it, that you get REAL molasses and not imitation.
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How to Make Molasses
In the mountains of Appalachia the art of making molasses is alive and well. Molasses, a thick, dark brown syrup made from sugar cane or sorghum cane is a delicious alternative to honey and maple syrup. Rich in iron and other minerals, molasses has a... More »
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To make molasses cookies is easy to make. You will need sugar, shortening, egg, molasses, baking soda, flour, cinnamon, cloves and raisins. You can also frost ...
I am afraid if you don't live in Vermont, and have the right kinds of trees to tap, you can't make your own molasses. Make sure when buying it, that you get REAL ...
1. Gather and measure your ingredients: 3/4 cup of vegetable shortening. 1/4 cup of molasses. 1 egg. 2 cups of all-purpose flour. 2 teaspoons of. baking. soda. ...
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