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Icing Sugar?

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I'm new at this and I would like to make Satin Icing can anyone tell me what icing sugar is and where it can be bought?
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I believe it it just another term for powdered sugar/confectionary sugar.
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post #3 of 5
Heehee, yeppers, we Canucks use that term more often than not.
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Yes it is confectioners sugar, the "language" differs from country to country, i have to decipher alot of American terms. We Aussies talk funny i'm told.HEHe.
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in the states is called 10x, or superfine (which is such a superfine word). you can go even finer with donut sugar (but it's not commercially available). icing sugar contains a small amount of cornstarch to prevent clumping. icing sugar can be found in any grocey or bulk food store next to the regular granulated sugar.
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