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Caster Sugar has the same consistency as our Baker's Sugar (or superfine sugar) but the main AND THE MOST IMPORTANT difference between the two is what constitutes the sugar. In America we generally use the sugar beet to make our sugars.Is Superfine sugar the same as caster sugar?
Caster or castor sugar is often sold as superfine sugar in the United States. It is a pure white sugar ground down to finer particles than seen in regular table or granulated sugar. It differs from confectioners' or powdered sugar, which typically contains corn starch as well as sugar.What is caster sugar called in the USA USA?
Caster sugar is the British term for a fine sugar. It's called caster sugar because the sugar granules are tiny enough to be sprinkled through a condiment dispenser known as a "caster.". In the United States, this sugar is called superfine.Can I use granulated sugar instead of caster sugar?
While you shouldn’t replace caster sugar with granulated sugar, caster sugar can often be used in place of granulated and may perform better. Superfine sugars will incorporate more quickly in whips and dissolve more quickly in creamed mixtures.