Steaming Sorghum Syrup made the old fashioned way by the Mennonite Community in Muddy Pond, Tennessee, USA.
Most sorghum grown for syrup production is made from sugar cane grown in the Southern States of America.
Sorghum syrup and hot biscuits are a traditional breakfast in the Southern United States. Sorghum syrup is also used on pancakes, grits and other hot cereals.
It can be used as a cooking ingredient with a similar sweetening effect as molasses.
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