HI! I've successfully used white sugar to make macarons with no issues. However, I used organic cane sugar in a recent bath instead of white refined sugar - it took way longer to form stiff peaks (Swiss method) and then the batter was difficult (stiff) to fold and difficult to get that ribbon batter consistency. I think I ended up over mixing and the macs did not come out pretty (puffed up, cracked tops, nipples, edges came out wavy as if the hardened, dried shells were pulled when the interior batter baked in the oven- it ended up looking like a flower sort of). Anyone know if organic cane sugar can affect the batter this way? Maybe it's less processed than refined sugar? It does have a slight "blond" tint. Any help appreciated!