I'm an American living in the UK, and I'm used to baking American recipes that call for unsulphured molasses. My stash of Grandma's molasses is running low, however, and I can't find it here!
Which of the following would you suggest as the closest substitute? A combination of the following would also be great!
-dark corn syrup
I also have golden syrup and light corn syrup, in case they are useful for a combination, as well as demerara sugar.
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