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Shopping – simple rule:
When you buy products low-processed without additions, you avoid eating such substances as glucose-fructose syrup, artificial flavours, carrageenan, stabilizers, thickeners, palm oil, preservatives.
Icing Sugar – What is the difference between icing sugar and powdered sugar? Powdered sugar is just that powdered sugar. It is often mistaken for icing sugar or confectioners and is often thought of when we say icing sugar. However real powdered sugar isn’t used much due to the clumping when humidity reals it ugly face and makes a sugar block out of it.
Powdered sugar is a finely ground sugar produced by milling granulated sugar into a powdered state. Icing sugar usually contains a small amount of anti-caking agent—usually cornstarch in North America, or tricalcium phosphate in other regions—to prevent clumping and improve flow. Although most often produced in a factory. Powdered sugar can also be made by processing ordinary granulated sugar in a coffee grinder, or by crushing it by hand in a mortar and pestle.
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