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molasses

thick syrup obtainable as sugar cane, beet, citrus or wood molasses. All contain 50-55% sugar except citrus, which contains 42%. All are low in protein but high in minerals. The common form is black treacle, a biproduct of the cane sugar industry. Used as a feed supplement to supply additional energy. Because of its high carbohydrate content and palatability it is a common cause of carbohydrate engorgement in cattle. It is also a common cause of polioencephalomalacia in cattle in feedlots.

molasses sugar-beet pulp
a cattle feed made of sugar beet pulp, after sugar extraction, and molasses.
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Dip each ring in the molasses mixture then coat all over with sesame seeds and place on a baking sheet.
METABOLISABLE ENERGYAccording to Seth Oluoch, an animal nutritionist at Caroga Pharma, due challenges that farmers have faced in using molasses, they have slowly shifted from using quick sugars to inoculants.
In their speeches, PML-N Kamalia president Rana Ghulam Qadir, Husnain Ahmad Bajwa and Javed Mohal said that ash had caused eyes and chest diseases while molasses dirty water drained out from the mills were destroying their farmlands.
Molasses is created from a second boiling and sugar extraction and has a slightly bitter taste.
An EMB team found that one of the company's storage tanks was damaged, 'causing the raw molasses to leak/spill into the Pampanga River.
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Cisneros (2010) confirmed that several noctuid species and some other lepidopterans are attracted by the odor of sugarcane molasses fermentation.
Molasses has been proven to be an effective silage additive by promoting lactic acid bacteria fermentation, reducing silage pH, discouraging clostridia fermentation and proteolysis, and generally decreasing organic matter losses when applied to crops with low water soluble carbohydrates (WSC) (BOLSEN et al.
by Times News Service Molasses is an ideal substitute of sugar.
As established in our previous study, exogenous PLP isn't needed in our reaction conditions because beet molasses contains relatively large amounts of sucrose, amino acids and vitamins such as pyridoxine and when used as the carbon source of culture medium not only accelerated the bacterial cells growth but also these cells gained a significant amount of PLP from the culture medium and when used as a biocatalyst in the production medium, they didn't require exogenous PLP as a cofactor of TSase unlike previous reports n.
START INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 red onions, thinly sliced 1/2 large red cabbage (or 1 small one), cored and thinly sliced 100ml (31/2 fl oz) red wine vinegar 150ml (5fl oz) water 3 tablespoons brown sugar 50ml (2fl oz) pomegranate molasses 3 juniper berries a pinch of ground cloves Seeds from 1/2 pomegranate Sea salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper METHOD 1.
BRAISED SOUR RED CABBAGE WITH POMEGRANATE (serves 4) START INGREDIENTS 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 red onions, thinly sliced 1/2 large red cabbage (or 1 small one), cored and thinly sliced 100ml (31/2 fl oz) red wine vinegar 150ml (5fl oz) water 3 tablespoons brown sugar 50ml (2fl oz) pomegranate molasses 3 juniper berries a pinch of ground cloves Seeds from 1/2 pomegranate Sea salt flakes and freshly ground black pepper METHOD 1.