By çafondpaslesucre? - 14/09/2016 02:28 - Belgium - Manage
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Their comment made sense though. castor sugar is more fine than granulated sugar and less fine than icing sugar. it is actually icing sugar that is powdered sugar. I think. at least it was described as practically a powder in fineness. The closest thing the us has is extra fine granulated sugar and/or baker's sugar though it does appear sugar that is castor quality is harder to find in the US than places like the US. Don't quote me on that though. My source was actually multiple sourced via a comment conversation and there is a chance they were all wrong ...
With the magic of google: "This is the British term for sugar with small grains that are between granulated and icing sugar in terms of fineness. It is sometimes spelled castor sugar, and is known as 'superfine' sugar in America"
Caster sugar? Please someone reply and explain what that is :o