Pure fructose syrups and spreads

Appears in

The New Vegetarian

The New Vegetarian

By Colin Spencer

Published 1986

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These are a fairly recent development but are available in many health food stores. They are made by reducing fruit to the essential fructose and are very useful for puddings and desserts and as a general sugar substitute. They come in various natural fruit flavours. If you have difficulty in finding fructose products, you may substitute honey or sugar instead. Tahini(sesame spread) is an oily paste made from sesame seeds. It is sometimes added to hummus and may also be mixed with miso. It is highly nutritious and delicious.