What is the density of corn syrup?

Answer The density of corn syrup depends on several factors, the most important being dry solids percentage and dextrose equivalence, or DE. Corn syrup with a dry solids percentage of 80% and a DE of 43 h... Read More »

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Is Corn Syrup considered "natural" (corn syrup, not high fructose corn syrup)?

There is no definition of "natural" as recognized by the FDA/USDA. It is a catch-all marketing term for everything from the most processed foods to the most basic foods. Food manufacturers use it t... Read More »

What is the density of cooking oil, corn syrup&water?

The density of cooking oil can vary; corn oil is 922 kg/m3, olive oil is 918 kg/m3, and peanut oil is 914 kg/m3. The density of corn syrup is 1,380 kg/m3. The density of water is 995 kg/m3 at 30 de... Read More »

Can corn syrup be used in place of golden syrup?

Substitute equal parts corn syrup for golden syrup. Though the vegetable-based sweetener's milder flavor may not correspond to golden syrup's treacly boldness, corn syrup adequately serves recipes ... Read More »

Can corn starch be substituted for corn syrup?

Corn starch can not be substituted for corn syrup. Corn starch is a powder that thickens the consistency of a recipe. Corn syrup is a very sweet liquid flavor additive. Ingredient substitutions for... Read More »