A sweetener made from a cereal grass originating in Europe. Sorghum is grown primarily for animal feed, but is also harvested as grown stalks to be boiled into a liquid that is processed into syrup. Similar to traditional molasses, sorghum molasses or syrup is a liquid that can be served for use on hot cereal, pancakes, waffles, or French toast, and also can be used as a sweetening ingredient for baked goods.
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