What do do with Coopers Sugar

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Hello- I'm mostly an all grain guy and mostly keg. I was given 1kg of coopers brew enhancer #1 today. Not sure what to do with it. Use it for bottle condition? As an adjunct? Or just make a cheap wash and distill it off? Suggestions?
 
"Coopers Brew Enhancer 1 contains dextrose and maltodextrin. The dextrose will ferment out completely with no residual cidery flavours whilst the maltodextrin does not ferment thus improving the body, mouthfeel and head retention."
Source: https://www.diybeer.com/us/brew-enhancer-1.html

"Cooper's brewing sugar is 80% dextrose, 20% maltodextrin. The brew enhancer 1 is 60% dextrose, 40% maltodextrin. The brew enhancer 2 is 500g dextrose, 250g maltodextrin, & 250g of light DME."
Source: https://www.homebrewtalk.com/threads/cooper-beer-enhancer.251931/post-3015609
 
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