The Iowa Homemaker

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Have you ever used corn sugar? Just think what a help to the farmer if we could all use it in place of cane sugar. Corn sugar or glucose is much cheaper than sucrose; so we'd benefit ourselves, too. But, the trouble is, corn sugar cannot be entirely substituted for cane or beet sugar successfully.



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