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Stevia Sweet Recipes: Sugar-Free-Naturally Spiral-bound – February 15, 2007
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About the Author
Jeffrey Goettemoeller, a lifelong gardener, has been featured
in Back in Thyme magazine, quoted in Organic Gardening,
and a guest on more than twenty-five television and radio
shows. He is an enthusiastic participant in a Stevia cultivation
This book offers over 100 recipes, developed in the Goettemoeller kitchen, using Stevia as the sweetener. Learn how to incorporate this amazing herb into your own recipes and begin to sweeten your cookies, cakes, pies, puddings, jellies, jams, and sauces the natural way.
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Top Customer Reviews
My only problem with the book is I can never get the author's name spelled right. :)
I've thumbed through stevia (and general diabetic-friendly) recipe books in book stores and have been disappointed in the recipes that mostly try to overdose on fat and other sugars (concencrated white grape juice etc.) to make up for the lost sugar. I cringe when I pick up a recipe book that uses Maltitol or Xylitol or Chemic-it-all etc etc.
This book has healthy fun recipes that use stevia sensibly, within reason and within its limits. The author seems to have really done a lot of test-kitchen work and found ways to make stevia blend easily into foods. I went through on the first sitting and put post-it notes on at least 15 pages. Unusual for a recipe book.
I like the spiral binding also. On anything other than a cookbook I find it annoying, but having to crack the binding of a cookbook just to get it to lay flat (and it never does) is no good. The spiral-binding here is perfect.
I'd only wish there to be photographs included (there are a few simple line drawings for decorative effect) but I know that adding photographs adds greatly to the cost of the book production so I'm grateful that the cost is low instead. My monthly book budget can get out of hand otherwise.
The stevia recipes use unsweetened applesauce here and there for a replacement of the bulk of the sugar. A lot of whole wheat *pastry* flour, which I'll have to look for but I understand the health and recipe value of it.
The *type* of Stevia one uses is important, of course.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good cookbook but some of the recipes are not useful for a people with Diabetes.Published 8 months ago by A.T.
I am just learning about Stevia. Looking forward to using some recipes. Thanks.Published 14 months ago by Donna M. Black
I read all the other reviews but thought this would have some useable recipes with an emphasis on EASY. I didn't see anything I would make. Read morePublished 19 months ago by flying pig
This is a very fun and interesting book.it gives a lot of good stevia recipes and tells a little about the history of steviaPublished 21 months ago by Kevin Todd Clepps