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Infusing sugar is a delicious way to preserve fresh herbs, saving the distinctive flavours to use year round. These versatile sugars can be used in many ways, replacing regular sugar to add a piquant flavour and interesting twist to baking, cocktails, fruit salads, on porridge, in hot and cold beverages, in ice cream and sorbets and savoury dishes too that sometimes have sugar as an ingredient – salad dressings, sweet and sour sauces, ketchups. Use your imagination!

Stored for up to a year in glass jars, these sugars are attractive and useful. They make great presents, especially if gifted with

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