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Glucose/dextrose Understanding Ingredients For The Canadian Baker

Glucose/dextrose Understanding Ingredients For The Canadian Baker

The sugar known as glucose has two origins: In a processed form from corn (corn syrup) In baking, we usually refer to industrially made glucose. It is made from corn and the resulting product, a thick syrup, is then adjusted to a uniform viscosity or consistency. The particular form of the syrup is defined by what is known as the dextrose equivalent, or DE for short. Corn syrup is the most familiar form of glucose. In plant baking, high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is the major sweetening agent in bread and buns. It consists of roughly half fructose and half dextrose. Dextrose (chemically identical to glucose) is available in crystalline form and has certain advantages over sucrose: It contributes to browning in bread and bun making. In crystalline form, it is often used in doughnut sugars as it is more inclined to stay dry and non-greasy. It is hygroscopic and valued as a moisture-retaining ingredient. It retards crystallization in syrups, candies, and fondant. Corn syrup is made from the starch of maize (corn) and contains varying amounts of glucose and maltose, depending on the processing methods. Corn syrup is used in foods to soften texture, add volume, prevent crystallization of sugar, and enhance flavour. Table 3, above, showed that glucose/dextrose has a sweetening level of approximately three-quarters that of sugar. Table 4 shows the amount of corn syrup or HFCS needed to replace sugar in a formula. Continue reading >>

Neto Liquid Glucose Syrups

Neto Liquid Glucose Syrups

NETO Liquid Glucose Syrups have a high maltose content and have a mild sweet taste. Introduction to NETO Liquid Glucose Syrups NETO Liquid Glucose Syrups have a high maltose content and have a mild sweet taste. NETO Liquid Glucose Syrups are the ideal ingredient to enhance flavour, body and texture in your applications. They can also be applied in brilliant, high-clarity finished products, due to its exceptional resistance to high-temperature discolouration. NETO Liquid Glucose Syrups is available in: Looking for technical documents or samples? Contact our team today and start a conversation about how we can work together. This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. Improve the binding characteristics in formed cereal snack bars, without losing out on texture, chewiness and sweetness. As a business, we rarely stand still. We invest a huge amount of time and energy in researching, assessing and analyzing trends and insights across both industries we work in. Developing a deep understanding of our customers is a big part of our product development approach. We have a great track record in offering support, training and opportunity to talented and ambitious young people that are looking to enter the food manufacturing industry. To build a truly great business, employing the best graduates is key. Although we dont have an official graduate programme, we are keen to recruit new graduates across a number of our business areas and locations. This product information is published for your consideration and independent verification.Tate & Lyle accepts no liability for its accuracy or completeness.We may change this information at any time.The applicability of label claims and the regulatory and intellectual prop Continue reading >>

Glucose Vs Corn Syrup

Glucose Vs Corn Syrup

are they the same thing for sugar work? I see people talking about glucose for sugar sculptures, my hard candy recipe calls for corn syrup. Are they interchangable & if not where do I find the glucose? I live in the middle of nowhere, donot have a large bakery supply place close to hand & have unfortunatly left things to last minute so not really time to surf the net then order, practice, then come up with plan B if this hairbrained scheme doesn't work.... You can use corn syrup or glucose either one will work. You will be fine with the corn syrup. Only real difference is that glucose being an invert sugar will not return to crystal form, corn syrup is also an invert sugar. You can use the Wilton Glucose but like I said if you have clear corn syrup its fine... And yes they are interchangeable. Some recipes will call for one or the other but not both. According to many baking/cooking sites, corn syrup outside the United States is called glucose syrup. That is not exactly right. Although corn syrup is a glucose syrup, glucose syrup is not always corn syrup. They can be interchanged in some recipes BUT they can/do react differently. In the United States, Legislators allow domestic food manufacturers to call glucose syrup "Corn syrup" because the source of the starch is almost exclusively from maize. In other parts of the world, wheat, barley, tapioca, potato, rice, cassava, arrowroot, sago and maize starches are used to produce glucose syrup. The generic term of glucose syrup is used except when the originating material must be specified. Australian glucose syrup [liquid glucose] comes from wheat. They all are aqueous solutions of several compounds, principally glucose, dextrose and maltose in various proportions. Glucose syrup tends to be a thick syrup. Various ones can Continue reading >>

Dsols!

Dsols!

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Where Can I Buy Liquid Glucose?

Where Can I Buy Liquid Glucose?

This is for a recipe and I am not sure where to find some. Even if i can substitute something for it. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Best Answer: A cake decorating and candy making supply store would have it. Also Walmart may have it back where they have the Wilton cake and candy making supplies. Depending on the recipe - you may be able to substitute corn syrup. Source(s): I Cured My Diabetes - Source(s): The Complete Diabetes Solution - You can buy glucose just about anywhere that sells Wilton products. I have also purchased a generic glucose from cake supply stores here in Canada. In Canada and the US, corn syrup has additional ingredients that can sometimes adversely affect a recipe. You can always try corn syrup (the light kind) and if it doesn't work, you will know that you need the pure glucose. It isn't expensive. I think it costs about $5CAD for a tub at Michaels. The Bulk Food store, Michael's, in the cake decorating section, Wilton's. You use White corn Syrup instead Source(s): Destroy Diabetes Starting Now try make on premises wine supply store or druggist basically just a simple sugar so use white corn syrup I have used it as a sweetener after fermenting wine was stabilized and yeast killed off r u from the uk?? cos iv bought a little jar before from tesco;s for only one pound :D I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more I think this question violates the Terms of Service Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more If you believe your intellectual property has been infringed and would like to file a complaint, please see our Copyright/IP Policy I think this answer violate Continue reading >>

Where Can I Find Liquid Glucose?

Where Can I Find Liquid Glucose?

Updated 28 Apr 2005 , 8:53pmby NEWTODECORATING NEWTODECORATING Posted 27 Apr 2005 , 9:29pm My cake decorating class is looking for liquid glucose. So far we have tried local grosery stores, and AC Moore where the class is held--NO LUCK! Any ideas where I can find it or is it something I will have to order online. I would prefer to find it local. I found the glucose I use at Old Time Pottery in the cake decorating isle. It's made by Wilton and comes in a tub. tcturtleshell Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 1:27am What is liquid glucose anyway? I thought it might be piping gel. I wasn't sure so I didn't answer this post. I learn new things everyday~ Try a wine making supply store. That's where I get mine from for my other hobby (wine making) . Likely much cheaper than Michaels or other like stores. My cake decorating class is looking for liquid glucose. So far we have tried local grosery stores, and AC Moore where the class is held--NO LUCK! Any ideas where I can find it or is it something I will have to order online. I would prefer to find it local. I think that walmart has it in the drug store part of the store also.. tcturtleshell Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 5:03am Ya'll never said what liquid glucose is?? ...don't know the technical aspects of glucose but it is an ingredient used to make gumpaste and fondant. tcturtleshell Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 4:19pm Cool! Thanks Mouse! I was thinking about glucose the minute I opened my eyes this morning!! Your welcome TC....if you read the ingredients list on some of your foods, you will find a glucose syrup of some sort that is used as a sweetener in the product. For example, my bottle of gatorade that I am looking at has glucose-fructose syrup in it. tcturtleshell Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 4:27pm Yepper, your right! A lot of stuff has it in it!! before i Continue reading >>

Ingredion Launches Versasweet Low-sugar Glucose Syrups To Help Decrease The Amount Of Sugar On Labels

Ingredion Launches Versasweet Low-sugar Glucose Syrups To Help Decrease The Amount Of Sugar On Labels

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Corn Syrup Vs. Golden Syrup

Corn Syrup Vs. Golden Syrup

Corn syrup is a syrupy sweetener that is made through the production of cornstarch. In fact, when it was first introduced to the public over 100 years ago, it was often sold as a health food because it originally came from corn. The sweetener is primarily glucose and has a very mild flavor. It inhibits crystallization and, as a result, is very useful in the production of candies, jams and frostings because it greatly reduces the likelihood of ending up with a grainy product. Golden syrup has a similar color to corn syrup light gold but is an entirely different product. Also called light treacle, golden syrup is an inverted sugar syrup, made from sugar cane juice that has been concentrated and is about 25% sweeter than sugar. It has a slightly toasty edge to its sweetness that gives it a unique flavor in the world of sweeteners. This is quite unlike corn syrup, which has a flavor so mild as to easily blend in with just about anything, leaving only sweetness behind. Golden syrup can also help to inhibit crystallization of sugar when used in cooking and baking. Some confusion arises between the two products because corn syrup is not readily available in all markets, particularly in international ones, and golden syrup is almost exclusively found in specialty store in the US. The flavors are different, but the two products can be used interchangeably in cooking and baking because they have much the same properties. Continue reading >>

Sugar & Sweeteners

Sugar & Sweeteners

Sweeteners that increase blood glucose (sugar) levels Sweetener Forms & uses Other things you should know Sugars (some examples) Brown sugar Maltodextrins Icing sugar Agave syrup Invert sugar Brown rice syrup White sugar Corn syrup Dextrose High fructose corn syrup Fructose Maple syrup Glucose Fruit juice concentrates Lactose Honey Maltose Molasses Sucrose Barley malt Used to sweeten foods and beverages May be found in medications Sugars are carbohydrates that can affect your blood glucose (sugar), weight and blood fats. There is no advantage to those with diabetes in using one type of sugar over another. Sugars may be eaten in moderation by people with diabetes. Up to 10 per cent of the days calories can come from added sugar. Their effect on blood glucose levels will vary. Talk to your dietitian about how to fit sugars into your meal plan. Sweeteners that don't increase blood glucose (sugar) levels Sweetener Forms & uses Others things you should know Sugar alcohols & polydextrose Lactitol Xylitol Maltitol Polydextrose Mannitol Isomalt Polyols Palatinit Sorbitol Polyol syrups Hydrogenated starch hydrolysates (HSH) Used to sweeten foods labelled “sugar free” or “no added sugar” May be found in cough and cold syrups and other liquid medications (e.g. antacids) Sugar alcohols are neither sugars nor alcohols. Small amounts are found naturally in fruits and vegetables. They can also be manufactured. They are only partly absorbed by your body, have fewer calories than sugar and have no major effect on blood glucose (sugar). Check product labels for the number of grams of sugar alcohols per serving. If you eat more than 10 grams of sugar alcohols a day, you may experience side effects such as gas, bloating or diarrhea. Talk to your dietitian if you are carbohydrate co Continue reading >>

Reduce Sugar Content With New Glucose Syrups

Reduce Sugar Content With New Glucose Syrups

Home Reduce sugar content with new glucose syrups Reduce sugar content with new glucose syrups Ingredion's Versasweetglucose syrups may allow manufacturers of confectionery items to reduce grams of sugar. WESTCHESTER, ILL. Ingredion, Inc. has introduced Versasweetlow-sugar glucose syrups in the United States and Canada. The syrups have been shown to allow manufacturers of confectionery items, dairy items, ice cream and baked foods to reduce grams of sugar on the Nutrition Facts Panel. Compared to standard glucose syrups, the Versasweetsyrups have a lower percentage of mono- and disaccharides. Compared to standard glucose syrups, the Versasweetsyrups have a lower percentage of mono- and disaccharides. Depending on the glucose syrup being replaced, Versasweetsyrups may offer a 50% or higher reduction of mono- and disaccharides. The range of ingredients is about one-third as sweet as sucrose, according to internal testing at Ingredion. Versasweetsyrups have a clean taste and similar functionality to traditional glucose syrups. Versasweetsyrups are stable when exposed to heat and acid, with a low Maillard reactivity. Depending on the Versasweetsyrup chosen, it may be labeled as glucose syrup, corn syrup or tapioca syrup. Versasweetlow-sugar glucose syrups contain the same caloric and carbohydrate content as traditional glucose syrups. Nate Yates, director of the Sweetness Springboard, North America at Ingredion The challenge for food manufacturers has been to reformulate to a lower sugar product with minimal or no changes to the ingredient declaration list or existing processes, said Nate Yates, director of the Sweetness Springboard, North America at Ingredion. Versasweetlow-sugar glucose syrups can help manufacturers overcome this challenge when they are already using glu Continue reading >>

Ingredients From Wheat

Ingredients From Wheat

In general, a gluten-free diet excludes all ingredients derived from wheat. There are a few ingredients, however, that are extensively processed and do not contain any proteins in the final product. As a result, these ingredients are safe for people eating gluten free. Glucose syrup is a purified concentrated water-soluble solution of sugars. It can be made from a variety of starches including corn, potato and wheat. The manufacturing process renders glucose syrups gluten free regardless of the source of starch, so glucose syrup made from wheat is safe for people with celiac disease. Maltodextrins are almost always derived from corn and therefore, are gluten free. Rarely, it may be derived from wheat. Using the most sensitive, scientifically validated R5 Elisa tests, no gluten has been detected in wheat-based maltodextrin and it is safe for people with celiac disease. Rye whisky, scotch whisky, gin, and vodka are distilled from a mash of fermented grains. Rum is distilled from sugar cane. Brandy is distilled from wine and bourbon is distilled from a grain mash including corn. Since the distillation process does not allow proteins to enter the final product, distilled alcohols are gluten free. Signup to receive occasional email messages about developments in the gluten-free world. Continue reading >>

Maple Syrup Understanding Ingredients For The Canadian Baker

Maple Syrup Understanding Ingredients For The Canadian Baker

Canada is responsible for 84% of the worlds maple syrup production, with the United States being responsible for the remaining 16%. Maple syrup is made by boiling and evaporating the sap of the sugar maple tree. Because sap is only 2% or 3% sugar, it takes almost 40 litres of sap to make 1 litre of syrup. This makes maple syrup a very expensive sweetener. It is prized for its unique flavour and sweet aroma. Dont confuse maple-flavoured pancake or table syrup with real maple syrup. Table syrup is made from inexpensive glucose or corn syrup, with added caramel colouring and maple flavouring. Maple syrup in Canada has two categories: Canada Grade A, which has four colour/flavour classes Canada Processing Grade, which has no colour descriptors (any maple syrup that possesses minimal food quality defects but still meets all government regulatory standards for food quality and safety for human consumption) This definition and grading system gives consumers more consistent and relevant information about the varieties, and helps them make informed choices when choosing maple syrup. Darker maple syrups are better for baking as they have a more robust flavour. Using maple sugar is also a good way to impart flavour. Maple sugar is what remains after the sap of the sugar maple is boiled for longer than is needed to create maple syrup. Once almost all the water has been boiled off, all that is left is a solid sugar. It can be used to flavour some maple products and as an alternative to cane sugar. For a video on maple syrup production, see: Continue reading >>

Glucose Syrup Market Demand 2018 - Size, Share, Trend, Business Statistics, Research Methodology, Top Key Players, Gross Margin And Foresight To 2022

Glucose Syrup Market Demand 2018 - Size, Share, Trend, Business Statistics, Research Methodology, Top Key Players, Gross Margin And Foresight To 2022

Glucose Syrup Market Demand 2018 - Size, Share, Trend, Business Statistics, Research Methodology, Top Key Players, Gross Margin and Foresight to 2022 Nov 13, 2018 (Heraldkeeper via COMTEX) -- Market Overview: In terms of production, the global glucose syrup is expected to reach 29,888 kilo tonnes by the end of 2022. Market Research Future (MRFR) has published and released a research report about the global glucose syrup market that infers surge for this market with 3.6% CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) during the forecast period between 2016 and 2022. The primary factor for the growth of the global glucose syrup market is its growing demand across various industries such as confectionery, food & beverage, and pharmaceuticals. Due to the rising demand for sugar replacers, glucose syrup is being heavily used for the production of candies, canned foods, chewing gums, chocolates, and ice-cream. Another factor for the global glucose syrup market growth is the long shelf life of glucose syrup. Get a Sample Report Now @ The key players in the Global Glucose Syrup Market include Cargill Inc. (USA), Agrana Group (Austria), Archer Daniels Midland Company (USA), Grain Processing Corporation (USA), Ingredion Incorporated (USA), Roquette (France), and Tate & Lyle plc (UK). US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reconsidering a plan requiring "added sugar" be included on all pure maple syrup and honey labels, a move applauded by majority key players in the glucose syrup market. 21 JUNE 2018 Ciranda, Inc., a global supplier of certified organic, non- genetically modified organism (GMO), and fair-trade ingredients has partnered with Pakistani rice exporter Matco Foods Ltd. to produce organic brown rice syrup and organic clarified brown rice syrup. The syrups are certified organic, Continue reading >>

Maple Syrup: Healthy Or Unhealthy?

Maple Syrup: Healthy Or Unhealthy?

One of the more popular sweeteners today is maple syrup. It is a 100% natural sweetener that is claimed to be more nutritious and healthier than sugar. There are many claims about maple syrup online and I'd like to separate the facts from the fiction. Maple syrup is made from the sugary circulating fluid (sap) of maple trees. It has been consumed for many centuries in North America... since the times of Native Americans. Over 80% of the world's supply is now produced in Canada. Maple syrup is made in a natural 2-step process: A hole is drilled in the maple tree. Then the sugary circulating fluid leaks out and is collected into a container. The sugary fluid is boiled until most of the water evaporates, leaving a thick sugary syrup, which is then filtered to remove impurities. If you want to see how incredibly simple it is to make maple syrup, then check out this cool video (opens in new tab) of a guy making his own from wild maple trees. Maple syrup is made by evaporating the sugary circulating fluid (sap) from maple trees, leaving a thick syrup. It has been consumed for many centuries in North America. There are several different "grades" of maple syrup, depending on the color. The exact way they are classified can vary between countries. In the United States, maple syrup is either classified as grade A or grade B (1). Grade A is further categorized into 3 groups: Light Amber, Medium Amber and Dark Amber. Grade B is the darkest of them all. The main difference between them, is that the darker syrups are made from sap that is extracted later in the harvesting season. The dark syrups have a stronger maple flavor and are usually used for baking or in recipes, while the lighter ones are rather used directly as syrups... for example on pancakes. If you're going to buy maple Continue reading >>

Where To Buy Liquid Glucose (glucose Syrup)?

Where To Buy Liquid Glucose (glucose Syrup)?

Where to buy liquid glucose (glucose syrup)? Where to buy liquid glucose (glucose syrup)? I'm not sure what liquid glucose is (I've never even heard of it), but I need it for a recipe. Do you know where I can purchase this? Any information would be really appreciated. Thanks very much! Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now Chef/Owners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski visit one of San Franciscos most celebrated dim sum houses to discuss the inspiration for their popular restaurant State Bird Provisions. We go behind the scenes at the Varsity, one of the oldest and biggest drive-ins in the country. Read more . Acclaimed Chefs Joanne Chang and Karen Akunowicz meet rising-star Brian Moy for a tour of his restaurants, to trace the evolution of this iconic neighborhood. The taste of Malort has been described as baby aspirin wrapped in grapefruit peel, bound with rubber bands and soaked in well gin - so why do Chicagoans claim to love it? Read more . Speakeasies are all the rage, but few can claim to be as storied as New York Citys Back Room. Read more . Continue reading >>

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