Brown Sugar Making, an Interesting Occasional Visit:

I am often visited an agricultural lands in my own village the city of Mardan. Mardan is situates in Pakistan in the province of Khyberpakhtunkhwa. This agriculture land is come on the way to Charsadda. There are a lot of agriculture lands. Population of this place is mostly associated with agriculture.

In addition with cash crops landlords are here cultivated many vegetable crops also. A cash crop includes sugar cane and wheat. Sugar has rare in the current situation. And people used to eat cheap sweet a brown sugar. People here generally like to eat only brown sugar.

Sugar cane juice.

Making of Brown Sugar:

In the preparation of brown sugar first of all farmers collects numerous amounts of sugarcane. Sugarcane juice was getting before on traditional methods. But now with several modern methods of sugarcane juice is taken out. Sugarcane juice is collected in a large rubber bags. Then the juice is poured out in a big tank. A farmer places it to warm as well as a farmer move and shake the juice with a big ladle. After long time sugarcane juice becomes sufficiently thick. When it becomes cool.

Making of brown sugar.

Final Touch:

Then 4 or 5 people together and make a small pieces from this thick mixture an equivalent just like to the size of walnut. Farmers sell in the market and the farmer himself and others that do use this brown sugar in the tea as sweet. I also use this brown sugar in my own home. Thank you.

Brown Sugar.

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