Originally Posted by tcturtleshell
Ya'll never said what liquid glucose is??
Found this site for you TC that tells you what it is: http://www.riddhisiddhi.co.in/prod_lg.htm
Liquid Glucose is a mixture of Glucose, Maltose and Maltodextrin and Oligosaccharides. It is a colorless, odorless, viscous sweet syrup, mainly used in confectionery and pharmaceuticals industry as a sweetener and bonding agent. It is a combination of mono, di, tri, penta and higher saccharides.
High Maltose Corn Syrup is a specially prepared acid-enzyme converted corn syrup which contains maltose as its major carbohydrate constituent. This high maltose syrup improves flavor, body, and texture at high sucrose replacement levels while imparting resistance to color formation, moisture absorption, and crystallization in finished products such as hard candies. It produces finished products which have exceptional stability, clarity, and brilliance.