Does anyone know the DE (dextrose equivalent) value for karo light syrup. I am looking for something in the range of 42? By my math it appears it should be about 45 but I am not sure if that is correct. 10g x 1.36 /30
I'm pretty sure that regular corn syrups (NOT high fructose corn syrup) like Karo are pure dextrose/glucose.
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From internet research it appears the DE of karo light is 42.
Where did you find that value on the Internet?
Where do you find that on the Internet? I googled and could not get a soild answer
I extrapolated a bit, as karo light is "regular" corn syrup. http://class.fst.ohio-state...
You could contact the company if you need more certainty. http://www.karosyrup.com...
It has a DE of 42 according to "How Baking Works".
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