ingredient information
Syrup Refiner's
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Refiner’s syrup (also called “golden syrupâ€�) is made, as the name implies, at a sugar refinery, not at the sugar mill which is where molasses is produced. It’s a by product of the making of white sugar, the final “molassesâ€� that’s produced when white sugar is centrifuged. It contains mainly sucrose and water when it’s first spun out, but is treated with acid (or sometimes the enzyme invertase) to create a proportion of invert sugar.   http://www.joepastry.com/category/baking-basics/ingredient-basics/sugars/how-sugar-is-made/