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This Syrup is very important in many sweets recipe. Mainly in Candy and cakes.

10 Ways To Use Up Your Jar Of Queen Glucose Syrup

10 ways to use up your jar of Queen Glucose Syrup If you have a humble jar of Queen Glucose stashed away at the back of the pantry, this blog is for you! Read on to discover new recipes to make using glucose and why its such a handy baking ingredient. Glucose syrup is typically used in foods to enhance flavour, soften, add volume and prevent crystallisation. There is a tonne of incredible ways to use up that jar of goodness, so weve rounded up 10 amazing ideas to use up that jar of Queen Glucose Syrup , that hopefully become new favourites in your baking repertoire. Home > Blog > Inspiration Alert > 10 ways to use up your jar of Queen Glucose Syrup Marshmallows, what can we say? Pillowy soft, fluffy and irresistible. You may end up using your jar making batch after batch of these Vanilla and Maple Marshmallows. If youve never made your own marshmallows, youre in for a treat. Glucose is the ultimate texture enhancer, not only does it stop crystallisation, it creates a creamier marshmallow and helps keep them soft and squishy for days. If they last that long Glucose is the perfect substitute for corn syrup. Traditionally, Pecan Pie is made with half corn syrup, half sugar to create Continue reading >>

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Glucose | Baking Ingredients | Bakerpedia

Granulated sugar is not the sole form of sugar used in baking applications. Liquid glucose, or sugar syrup, is used to impart extra moisture and softness to products such as cakes, and also used for ease of handling in icings or frostings. In cakes, sugar syrup is usually added during the creaming stage with sugar and butter. When sugar syrup is utilized in royal icing or frosting, the syrup serves the purpose of preventing hardening and improving viscosity of the frosting. More specifically, sugar gives cookies their crisp texture and assists in spread. In breads or rolls, sugar not only gives flavor but aids in crumb color, grain texture, and volume. Furthermore, all products able to form a crust utilize sugar in a chemical reaction called a Maillard reaction, where proteins and sugars react to enhance crust color and flavor. If too much glucose is consumed at one time, the excess glucose is stored in the liver in the form of glycogen. At times when the level of glucose in the blood stream drops significantly, glycogen is utilized to compensate for the low levels. The major hormone utilized in blood sugar regulation is insulin, released by the pancreas. Improper regulation of gl Continue reading >>

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    It depends on what salt is being used on your roads. Calcium chloride is often used in arenas as well as to melt road ice, and unless the horse spends considerable time, like being turned out in the arena, no probelms are likely to occur. Some still claim it dries hooves out but it is debatable how much exposure would be needed for that to happen. If magnesium chloride is used, it essentially is like riding on diluted epsom salts ( magnesium sulfate crystals) and which is used therapeutically to treat a multitude of conditions, including hoof abscesses and as a poultice, and it is not likely to be harmful. If sodium chloride is used, which is akin to common table salt, it can irritate tissues when it splashes onto the legs and can have a drying effect on the hooves. Rock salt is probably the worst as far as causing irritation. Concentrated sodium chloride is not the same as 0.9 normal saline, which actually benefits tissues. I would find out what type of salt is being used on the roads, and decide on that basis. If sodium chloride (rock salt) is being used, you may want to restrict the amount of time you spend on it, or provide hoof and leg boots if there is significant slush and splashing likely. Wearing horseshoes makes no difference in exposure to salts, since irritant and drying effects, if any, are from contact with the soles, and from splashing up onto the hoof walls and pasterns

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Get the recipe for Rolled Fondant at http://allrecipes.com/recipe/rolled-f... Watch how to make fondant from scratch. Fondant creates a flat, polished frosting layer on your favorite cake, and gives you a great surface to add embellishments. Subscribe to allrecipes @ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Facebook http://www.facebook.com/Allrecipes Twitter @Allrecipesvideo Pinterest http://pinterest.com/allrecipes/

Rolled Fondant Recipe - Allrecipes.com

The reviewer that stated the powdered sugar wasn't sufficient was because they substituted EQUAL amounts of corn syrup for glucose which is incorrect. Corn syrup contains a higher % of water th... I think i did well on this recipe as a first timer. But I really got tired of kneading it manually, i transfered it to a bread kneader...a stand mixer using the dough hook attachment and it came... I used this recipe to make a stacked 3 tier wedding cake. It was easy to make and was tastier than other rolled fondants I have tasted - especially the boxed stuff. I substitued the glucose fo... I have been making 3D cakes for a couple of years now and have wanted to use a "wrap" frosting, but have been deterred by fears of ease of prep and taste ("Chalk" is the term I heard most). Thi... My first time using fondant and it didn't turn out too bad. I used corn syrup in place of glucose and it turned out fine, first batch I ended up using more powdered sugar. Second batch I used a ... Loved it! Taste great. The only thing is it HAD to be a 100+ degree day here so I had a heck of a time with it. I added a ton of extra sugar and it was still sticky (thanks to the humidity). ... Easy to make but n Continue reading >>

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  1. Chrystal

    Can Type 2 Diabetes cause an irritation/burning sensation in the Urethra after urinating?

    Hi,
    Firstly I am not 100% on whether I have diabetes or not (haven't got round to making another appointment with my doctor yet).
    I keep getting an irritation/burning (like the sensation you get when you have Cystitis) after I urinate. I have had Cystitis before and the irration/burning and feeling the need to urinate was pretty much constant, I don't have it there constantly only after going to the toilet, so I don't think I have Cystitis right now. I only get the irritation/burning once I stand up and leave the bathroom, it lasts for upto 20 minutes then disappears. I don't get any pain, burning or irritation while I am urinating, only afterwards. I don't have any discharge or bleeding either. Thinking about it, I'd say I've been experiencing this for a good few weeks, possibly months but it does seem to be getting more frequent (nearly after everytime I urinate).
    I was tested a few months ago for bacterial infection and the results came back clear.
    I was just wondering, if this was a symptom of diabetes?
    I hope I have managed to explain it ok.

  2. furball64801

    Many times when people get tested for one thing or another they find out they have diabetes.

  3. trinitarian3n1

    Diabetes (high sugar levels) can make you prone to urinary tract infections, but it doesn't directly cause burning that I know of. I would have it checked further with a doctor. Being clear a few months ago doesn't mean something didn't develop in the meantime.

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