From the HBD Archive
From: ony@tag.co.uk (Tony Quince)
Subject: Invert Sugar
Date: 1992-02-29 13:07:42 GMT

As promised in HBD #832, how to make your own invert sugar....

Boil 8lb of ordinary (cane/beet, white) sugar and a teaspoon of
citric acid in 2 to 3 pints of water for half an hour. When cool,
make up to a gallon with (boiled) water. And lo, you have 8 pounds
of invert sugar in 8 pints of liquid.

The measurements here are English Imperial, which I believe is
different to US. The actual amounts don't matter too much ...
what you're after is an easy to use concentration (e.g. 1 lb per pint).

Have fun y'all.

Tony Quince,
Technology Applications Group,
England.



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