Where can you get light corn syrup?
Karo light corn syrup should be available in any grocery store in the syrup isle.
No. high fructose corn syrup and corn syrup are distinctly different products. When Karo was introduced in 1902, it did not contain high fructose corn syrup. Sometime in the 1970's, it was added to the Karo light and pancake syrups. As a result of consumer requests, the high fructose corn syrup has now been removed and all Karo products are high fructose corn syrup free.
None. Unflavored, unsalted popcorn is simply corn. It has identical nutrition content to corn. There is no corn syrup in corn anymore than there's maple syrup in maple trees. Corn has to be specially concentrated and processed to create corn syrup. Corn naturally has a bit of sugar, but that's not really corn syrup.
Yes, corn syrup is a sweet liquid - it's the same as glucose syrup. Whereas cornflour is a white powder (used for thickening sauces), and is not sweet in the same way that corn syrup is. Corn syrup is entirely sugar based (like molasses), whereas corn flour is a flour. Corn syrup and corn flour are not interchangable, (in the same way that you would not substitute honey for wheatflour).