Can sugar beets be turned into granulated sugar?
Sugar beets can be turned into granulated sugar
Granulated sugar is from the sugar cane. It is a form of bamboo type grass. The pulp of the interior is mashed, cooked and refined into sugar crystals. Other sources of sugar are sugar beets, oranges, apples, grapes, tangerines, bananas, dates, pineapples, grapefruits, coconuts and many other fruits and vegetables.
Yes, you can use caster sugar instead of granulated sugar. However, be careful on the measurements. Use a little less caster sugar. Caster sugar is finer granulated sugar. It is not as fine as powdered sugar, but it is in between granulated and powder. Caster sugar dissolves more easily,so it is very beneficial in making meringues.
zero. They are two different grades of refined white sugar. Caster's sugar is a very fine ground granulated sugar, often called fine or superfine granules in the US. Granulated sugar is the more common table sugar, typically purchased for household use. 2 Tbs. of "caster's" sugar can be substituted for 2 Tbs. of granulated sugar. 2 Tbs. of granulated sugar can be ground or pounded down to make 2 Tbs. of caster's sugar.