Stevia natural sweetener.

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tourist

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I like sugar. It's natural. Can I have some cake please?
A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, or so that I have been led to believe. I prefer my pop to be made of sugar and not high fructose corn syrup. Tastes better.
 

tourist

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There's only one better natural sweetener---Monk fruit sweetener.
Almost Zero Calories
Zero Glycemic
Zero Aftertaste
Non GMO Project Verified
Source of Antioxidants
All Natural and Vegan Friendly
Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Keto Friendly And More!
Yeah, but does it taste as good as sugar?
 

TabinRivCA

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Of course, if you taste it in the right ratio. Because the Mogrosides extracted from monk fruit is 300 times sweeter than that of plain sugar, it is a real natural ingredients. The only problem is that monk fruit sugar is much expensive than plain sugar. But health is priceless, isn't it?
Wow, I'm going to have to try monk fruit and xylitol. So far I've made banana bread and peanut butter cookies with stevia and you can't tell the diff. I'm blest to get 40 pkts for $.99 here and it takes very little to take the place of sugar. Merry Christmas!
 
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I concur. Its expensive and has a bit of a medicine'y taste but what's $10 to your health? I made the switch a couple years ago, its great :)