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Brown rice syrup is a sweetener made by boiling brown rice syrup with enzymes to break down the starch into simpler sugars, and then straining out the liquid. The resulting syrup is thick, amber-colored, and has a mild, slightly nutty flavor. Brown rice syrup is often used as a natural sweetener in foods such as energy bars, granola, and baked goods. It is less sweet than white sugar, but has a lower glycemic index, meaning it raises blood sugar levels more slowly and steadily. It is also a source of complex carbohydrates and trace minerals such as magnesium, potassium, and zinc.
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