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Product Details

  • Paperback: 200 pages
  • Publisher: Square One Publishers; 2 edition (February 15, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1890612138
  • ISBN-13: 978-1890612139
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6.1 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #190,449 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Four Stars -- Lex Ticonderoga, Today's Books

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

research project.


Important Information

Ingredients
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.

More About the Author

Jeffrey Goettemoeller grew up gardening alongside his dad and went on to earn a B.S. degree with a major in horticulture at Northwest Missouri State University. Under the direction of Dr. Alejandro Ching, Jeffrey completed a published research study on the production of Stevia rebaudiana seeds. Years later, he still grows and studies the sweet herb, stevia. He's also interested in sustainable agriculture, sustainable energy, organic gardening and farming, and his Catholic faith.

Customer Reviews

The recipes are great!
Audrey Julian
If you are planning on using Stevia often, I highly recommend this book!
Dani Arteri
Move onto the next one and try again!
Cleo S

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

185 of 187 people found the following review helpful By syb123 on June 11, 2005
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I've tried several of the stevia cookbooks that Amazon carries and this is the one. The recipes use whole-grain, healthful ingredients - so you end up with food that's not just sugar-free but overall good for you. They taste great and are easy to adapt and tweak. We make muffins based on his banana bread every week. Also this author skips the evangelizing, etc that most of the other books are padded with - just "here's a natural sweetener and how to use it." Really excellent.
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150 of 152 people found the following review helpful By sthornal@yahoo.com on September 2, 1999
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The content of Jeffrey Goettemoillers cook book is excellent. I am allergic to wheat and milk, along with sugar. Some of his recipies are wheat and milk free. The recipies for everyday foods; [ketchup,Granola, etc.] are great as you can now have sugar free ketchup, and wheat free granola. Thanks for a great book.
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153 of 156 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 26, 1999
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So far I have only tried one recipe...the apple pie. Everyone loved it. I really like this book because it is completely healthy. Not just sugarless. It also calls for whole food products, not refined. They try and stay away from dairy as much as possible. They give you options just in case you might not like a certain something. Intelligently written.
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106 of 108 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 6, 2000
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My favorite recipe is the stevia fruit gluk. It is delicious and easy to cook. The apple pie is also terrific. Most of the recipes taste better than sugar recipes, because stevia tastes so good. I would recommend that you buy a copy, then another 5 copies for your friends.
My only problem with the book is I can never get the author's name spelled right. :)
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62 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Cleo S on January 27, 2006
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After all the positive things I had heard about Stevia, I decided to give it a whirl. Coming by good Stevia recipes is quite difficult ... perhaps because many people don't know about it and/or because it doesn't taste exactly like sugar. I have tried several recipes out of this cookbook, and I haven't liked all of them. So why am I giving it 5 stars? Because it beats the competition. Also, I think that if you have never had Stevia before it takes awhile to acquire a taste for it. The recipes that I liked the most were ones that had another "sweet" ingredient in it to help dampen the bitterness of the Stevia. For example, I love the Carob Chip Cookies, Carob Brownies, the fruit sauces and the oatmeal banana bread. I did not like the coconut peanut butter cookies or the lemon pudding. If you try a recipe and do not like it, don't give up! Move onto the next one and try again!
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey_in_NYC on November 7, 2007
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Well, first off, I'm prediabetic and have a sensitive system so I don't think I would have searched for stevia unless I had to. My instincts are to seek out 100% natural herbal sweeteners over the chemicals that are otherwised pushed on us.

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.
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By DH on October 6, 2007
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Of the 3 Stevia cookbooks I own, this is my favorite. I would think that most people who want to use stevia, are looking for healthy too, and lower carb, not just how to replace sugar with stevia. He uses whole grains in his recipies, which are much lower on the glycemic index than their refined counter parts, making them good for diabetics and some less restrictive low carb diets. I was looking for a recipe for zucchini bread and none of the books had one, so I took his Oatmeal Banana Bread recipe and replaced the fruit with zucchini and it came out fantastic! I could do that because the basic recipe is sound. He gives a lot of info on stevia including the fact that you have to adjust it to your taste. He covers pretty much all the bases in this book, except as one person pointed out, the use of liquid stevia, other than to say that he prefers to use the powders to the liquid.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Apple Green on August 25, 2007
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I've only tried one recipe so far but was amazed at the results. For this recipe I tried NuNaturals' NuStevia that really does have a less bitter taste than other forms of stevia I've tried. In the finished product I could not tell that the bread was made without sugar. I'm very excited about using this book for other recipes.
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