malt sugar


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malt sugar

[′mȯlt ′shu̇g·ər]
(biochemistry)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Malt sugar is also rich in B-vitamins, good for protecting against heart disease and strokes, and boosting metabolism.
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The popular online Chinese retailer Taobao claims to have sold out of the toffee and apple tasting sweets that are made of granulated and malt sugars. Shine.cn reports that the candies are "out of stock due to increased orders with the approach of Christmas." Thousands of photos and videos have emerged showing people attempting to wrap their mouths around the product that is designed to resemble a typical household light bulb.
Unlike tea, however, certain natural changes take place at this stage such as the starches being turned into malt sugars. When the infusion is completed the resultant clear liquid, known as wort, is run off.