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 The Difference Between Caster Sugar & Normal Sugar?

Answer The term "sugar" refers to many more products than the common granulated version. Fruit sugar, for example, consists of slightly smaller particles than granulated sugar and is included in many swee... Read More »
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Is granulated sugar the same as caster sugar?

Caster sugar is a finer ground version of granulated sugar. It is typically used to sweeten cream that is whipped, drinks, and puddings.You will be fine to substitute wherever it is called for but ... Read More »
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Is caster sugar the same as confectioner's sugar?

Caster sugar and confectioner's sugar are different types of sugar. Caster sugar is a very fine granulated sugar; confectioner's sugar refers to granulated sugar that has been ground to a powder.So... Read More »
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What is the difference between granulated sugar&pure sugar cane?

Granulated sugar is the "table sugar" normally used for cooking and serving. Sugar cane is the plant from which sugar is derived. There are benefits to each, although sugar cane is much less likely... Read More »
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I have no caster sugar for baking what could I use instead?

What are you making? I've never used caster sugar and you can find lots of recipes with normal sugar. If ever, the following site has lots of delicious recipes.http://www.youtube.com/user/morganski... Read More »
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