Great products, the liquid version.
I have used the spoonable form of Stevia before and am very pleased to see its now at HealthPost. I bought the bulk 454gm size which lasted for months. I 'decanted' it into a purse sized container for convenience.
I use Stevia mainly to sweeten coffee, tea, or other homemade cold drinks, and the powder sprinkled lightly over stewed fruit and such. It blends quickly, with very little of that lingering sweet aftertaste found in other sugar substitutes. I think it is best added AFTER cooking. Cooking seems to give a slightly bitter taste. An eighth teaspoon of Stevita powder is about equal to a full teaspoon of granulated white sugar.
I have also used both Stevita dissolvable pills and the liquid form. The pills are great and convenient but the liquid ...... g-r-r-r-r.. The 4 drops required came either too fast or too slow; after a few uses it stuck in the nozzle of the dropper bottle dispenser, which blocked with dried liquid; the nozzle became impossible to remove for the same reason. More trouble than it was worth. Go for the pills or the powder!
Omgosh this stuff amazing so recommend to others so much better than sugar in health wise an tastes fantastic
Best tasting sweetner that I've tasted. An absolute must have in the cupboard.
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