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Brown sugar should be a decent substitute.
I agree and would additionally specify light brown sugar. While I generally love dark brown sugar, I think it is a little too strong in Pad Thai. You could also use Sugar in the Raw. Yes, there are good Pad Thai recipes right here on our wonderful Food 52 site!
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