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Liquid Glucose?


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Sometimes. The main difference is that corn syrup has a lot more water. In something like caramels that are cooked to a particular temperature, the water will cook off. In a ganache filling for molded chocolates, the additional water could shorten shelf life and affect texture. I imagine you could reduce corn syrup to commercial glucose syrup consistency, then you would be good to go.

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