I have a question about the recipe "OMG! Coconut Pound Cake" from ChefJune. I do not have "cane" sugar ~ can I use regular granulated sugar. Also what is the difference between the two. Tk you.
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Yes you certainly can. Chef June is simply listing very high quality, organic ingredients which is a good idea when you make a pound cake, but your table sugar is most probably cane sugar (like C&H for example). I like to use Sucanat in pound cakes. It's really high quality, very lightly processed and has a hint of caramel flavor that really isn't detected in baked goods unless sprinkled on top.
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