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Frontier Natural Products 2689 Stevia Herb Powder Organic 1Lb. - Green

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Stevia also known as sweet leaf or sugar leaf is a member of the sunflower family. It is 300 times as sweet as sugar and widely utilized as a sugar substitute.Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels warnings and directions before using or consuming a product

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  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
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  • ASIN: B008SJTKUG
  • UPC: 089836026897
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,881 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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I have been looking for a natural, non-caloric sweetener for my tea. Stevia seemed promising. But the products available at the grocery store are really stevia in name only, being composed mainly of maltodextrin. Not what I was looking for. Green stevia powder, basically a ground herb, fits the bill.

I want to thank "John Lowe" for recommending a half teaspoon of powder for a pitcher. (My pitcher is about 58 ounces.) That amount works perfectly, giving just the right amount of sweetness to the tea. I echo the other posters here that you want to use green stevia powder very sparingly. A little goes a long way.

The powder, being ground leaf, takes a bit of adjustment. It does not dissolve into your beverage. And if you drink the beverage immediately after adding it, you get a grassy taste. The grassy flavor disappears with time. What I have found works best is to add it to the pitcher along with the boiling water and teabags. The powder infuses the tea and the spent powder settles at the bottom of the pitcher. The result is a clean, crisp sweet tea. When the pitcher level gets low, I pour the remaining tea through an Ingenuity to filter the dregs.

The extra effort involved in filtering the tea is why I rated this product at four, rather than five stars, but in my opinion, the end result is worth it.

Update: Now at the end of the month, at one-half teaspoon of Stevia per pitcher of tea, I can see that a pound is going to last most of the year, even with 2-3 pitchers a day. This is turning out to be a very economical sweetener, in addition to its other virtues.
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After noticing that sugar/honey/maple/etc. was making me feel tired and moody, I committed to taking them out of my diet, at least for a while. I don't like the extract (the white stuff) because it is the result of a chemical process. However, this stuff definitely has a taste that takes some getting used to. It's been great in home made cookies, oatmeal, and tea. I do find that when I put it cold drinks, the sweetness doesn't come out as much, so I make a little bit of concentrated hot infusion, and leave it in the fridge to pour some in my cold drinks (mainly lemonade).
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I have been using this product for 3 days now. Like the others have warned it is 300 times sweeter than sugar. I first made a pitcher of cool-aid and it was nasty tasting because I put too much of this in it. Next I made another pitcher but put just a 1/16 of a teaspoon in at a time till I got it just the right amount of sweetener and it was good. Cup of coffee requires only a fraction of the Stevia on the end of a teaspoon. Start with much less and work your way up and you will love this product. half a teaspoon sweetened an entire pitcher of cool-aid.
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You have to extract the sweetness yourself, when using the whole or powdered leaf, simply adding it in this form to your food or beverage will more than likely provide nothing in the form of sweetness unless the fluids are hot and can atleast extract some of the sweetness, Simply you place a pot on your stove say a quart size, add water and around 2 tabelspoons of stevia, in this form and then reduce your water after bringing it to a boil and reducing the heat after it comes to a boil and again reduce your water by half and it will be sweet, its not as strange tasting as some of the extracts can be in the store, the more you reduce the water the sweeter the fluid extract will be, but you do not have to reduce to say tablespoons of water, left in the pot, it will provide enough stweetness when done this way for say a smoothie made in the blender if one is trying to reduce thier sugar intake, or a pitcher of tea, Do not blame the product only the absence of knowledge of how to obtain the sweetness :)
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This stevia powder is perfect. I use it in food, because I am on a low glycemic diet. It is so finely and uniformly ground that it mixes right into my food. Also, it is so sweet that I only ever have to use a very little bit. Being stevia, it does not taste like sugar. There is a distinctive flavor which can be overpowering or difficult to get used to -- especially if too much is used. However, for someone on a raw, vegan diet, who isn't eating sweet fruits, and is on a budget, this is a blessing. In fact, earlier today, before I'd even thought of reviewing it, I was thinking about how grateful I am to have this stuff.
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I first learned about stevia when my local organic grower offered it in his line of herb seedlings. I bought one plant to try in my herb garden and when it got big enough to start harvesting from, I started trying it in different dishes. I loved it. Summer is over, the frosts have come, and the plant is long used up but I got so addicted to it that I went looking for dried stevia to get me through the winter. This 1-lb bag of powdered stevia from Frontier was the best I could find. It's works well as a substitute for the fresh leaves -- as long as you use it sparingly.

I use fresh or dried stevia wherever I use basil, such as pasta and couscous dishes with vegetables or mushrooms -- use both basil and stevia. Stevia complements lemon juice very well when that's one of the ingredients. For a quick sauce, I mix the dried stevia with a bit of olive oil and drizzle it on pasta or cheese ravioli. Yum! I mix the dried stevia with a bit of water in the bottom of a casserole dish, add peeled and chopped sweet potatoes, stir, and bake (spoon the juice over the potatoes a few times while they're baking). I even use the dried stevia in oatmeal (*real* oatmeal, which is rolled or steel cut oats, soaked in water, and cooked, not that awful powdery stuff that comes in a packet, contains xanthin gum, and has the consistency of glue once cooked).

Just remember that a little stevia goes a long way. It has a very intense flavor. Start with a 1/4 teaspoon and work your way up to the taste you like.

I would NOT recommend this as a "sugar substitute" for baking. It's not going to dissolve and blend like granulated sugar.
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