What is “invert sugar” anyway?

I know that question is coming next. It’s sugar syrup that’s been simmered with a little acid — lemon juice, say — which breaks the glucose into its component parts: glucose and fructose. But then what’s “inverted” about it? Here’s everything you need to know!

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