Canned Ras­gul­las Just dessert?

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“I am start­ing to think that maybe mem­o­ries are like this dessert.I eat it,and it be­comes a part ofme,whetherIre­mem­ber­it­laterornot.” ~ Erica Bauer­meis­ter,The School of Es­sen­tial In­gre­di­ents

Ras­gulla, also spelled as ra­so­golla, is a pop­u­lar In­dian tra­di­tional sweet pre­pared gen­er­ally from milk and is a good source of milk pro­teins. It comes across as one of the lighter sweets, which is per­haps the rea­son many of us tend to con­sume two, three, four, or more ras­gul­las in one go. How­ever, let us not for­get the sugar part of it – af­ter all, it is boiled and served in sugar syrup. What else mat­ters when it comes to ras­gul­las, one may won­der. This is the sub­ject of the fol­low­ing re­port on seven brands of canned ras­gul­las. Apart from the reg­u­lar pack­ing and mark­ing checks, this re­port will tell us things about ras­gulla-to-sugar-syrup ra­tio as well as lead and tin con­tents.

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