No. Corn syrup is a thick, sweet, sticky liquid. Corn flour is a dry, ground-up corn kernel product.
yes it will eventually dry out and it will change color, DO NOT use it when that happens.
No, one is a dry ingredient and the other is wet, one is sweet and the other isn't Two entirely different things.
High fructose corn syrup is a liquid sweetener and is composed of roughly equal parts fructose and glucose. Crystalline fructose is a dry sweetener and is all fructose.
Dry corn is dry and soaked corn is wet.
Dry corn weight compare to green corn weight...Green corn weightX0.43=Dry corn weight
How long does it take aqgourd to dry?(my guess is about a year)
Levolin syrup is for dry cough.
the dry stems of corn plants
This has to do with the properties of various sugar molecules. Some can crystalize, others do not.Most soft drinks are sweetened with corn syrup. After the soda water evaporates, you are left with the original corn syrup concentrate. This will not dry to a solid unless the air is extremely dry. When exposed to normal air moisture levels, it becomes a sticky syrup again.This is unlike sucrose (cane or beet) sugar, which can crystalize at common air humidities. In fact, crystals form inside the syrup. Dry sucrose crystals absorb moisture and stick together; you get clumps in your sugar bowl.
you can dry it but it would not be any good for poping corn that is aspecial strain of corn in its own right.
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