Regular granulated sugar – most commonly used sugar in home cooking. It comprises of pure sucrose that is made from sugar cane and sugar beet.
Ultrafine sugar (a.k.a caster sugaror superfine sugar) – finer than regular granulated sugar. They are mostly used in cakes and cookies and produce a more uniform batter as well as support higher quantities of fat.
Sanding sugar – coarse sugar crystals that are used mostly for coating cookies, cakes and other baked product.
Coarse sugar – large sugar crystals that are effective to make syrups. It is often purer than fine sugar and thus makes clearer syrup.
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