Golden Caster Sugar?

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Golden caster sugar is a sugar that is made from unrefined sugar. it is brown in colour and has a similar taste to butter toffee. it is the best for making biscuits and cakes.
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It is unrefined caster sugar. There is still a tiny bit of natural molasses left in the sugar. It does not have the heavy sticky texture of brown sugar. It is free-flowing, just like
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Sugar jar. The term "caster sugar, sometimes spelled "castor sugar, implies a relatively finer-grained sugar than granulated and a coarser-grained sugar than powdered or
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For those not familiar with caster sugar, it is called extra fine sugar in the US. Golden caster sugar is naturally refined caster sugar so it has a slightly golden hue because of
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Caster Sugar is the. British food term. for very fine granulated sugar. Because caster sugar crystals are so fine, they dissolve very quickly, so are useful in meringues, custards,
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Golden caster sugar is the brand name of sugar produced by the Billington's company. This sugar is Unrefined Cane Sugar, and it is a natural alternative to refined white caster sugar. It is light and fine grained with a subtle buttery taste.
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