Superfine Sugar?

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Superfine sugar is granulated sugar with extraordinarily small crystals. Superfine sugar is preferred by bakers because it produces a slightly finer texture in the finished product than regular sugar would. It can also be used as a substitute for regular sugar.
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Superfine sugar that has simply been ground alot finer than normal granualted sugar-in other words not so much granules. It's somewhere in between, regulat sugar and powdered sugar!
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1. Measure out an amount of superfine sugar equal to the regular table sugar in the recipe. There is no need to increase or decrease the amount of superfine sugar relative to the
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Superfine sugar, known in Britain as castor (or caster ) sugar, is more finely granulated.
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Superfine sugar, also known as caster sugar, is white sugar that has been ground to a very fine grain. Because of its small grains superfine sugar dissolves more quickly than other
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