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Sirop á 30°C

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Could someone please explain to me what this is? I am trying to make a chocolate glacage, and this is listed in the ingredients. Is it just a simple syrup at this specific temperature, or something different? Thanks.

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Are you sure it's 30 C and not 30"B" or Baume?

If it's Baume, then it's a certain percentage of sugar to water, can't recall offhand what it is, but something like 1 part water to 11/2 parts sugar

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