Frontier Natural Products 2689 Stevia Herb Powder Organic 1Lb. - Green
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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product is the best products I ever eat, without chemicals, GMO, delicious taste, completely natural.I love it.Published 1 month ago by Liliana Gil
Was curious about the green stevia, and thought it would be a matter of difference in appearance. I was wrong! Read morePublished 1 month ago by cat
I have to agree, but not so strongly, with those who say it has a grassy, green, bitter aftertaste. I do like that it is just plain old stevia with no additives and I can get used... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey P. Wright
It is very sweet and tasty. I just wish the bagging was differentPublished 2 months ago by evildumdum0
Very often when I shop Amazon, I look first to the negative reviews for problems that might represent deal-breakers for me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by sPeeDeeBee
Sweet! Use 1/16th of what sugar you would have used. It has a very strong, green tea like, flavor that partially dissipates over time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Johnson