I made invert sugar to use as a replacement in caramel corn and marshmallows. I've never worked with invert sugar before and it is considerably thicker (even at room temp) than corn syrup. Should I use a one-for-one replacement, or should I thin the invert sugar (and if so, at what ratio)?
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