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5 Pounds - NON GMO Erythritol, USA made, Gluten Free, 100% Natural, KOSHER certified
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In walks Erythritol and the whole sweet game has changed. Dr. Michael Greger says that erythritol is safe (until proven otherwise) so I bought a bunch of bags and loved it. I blew through so many bags because I have quite the sweet tooth. The only place I could find the erythritol is on Amazon--the stores don't carry the good stuff.
But then Food Babe said that erythritol wasn't safe because most erythritol products are made from GMO corn. This particular brand is GMO free. It's 100% natural, gluten free, and Kosher. You can have your light and sweet coffee without any guilt. Even diabetics can use this product because it's zero on the glycemic index.
I put erythritol on strawberries, in my plain greek yogurt, essentially anywhere I would normally use sugar. I have not baked with it yet because I am on a mission to lose weight so I'm sticking to fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, and skipping the baked goods.
If you have a sweet tooth like I have a sweet tooth, you will be extremely happy with this erythritol product. I take it everywhere with me, especially to coffee houses and restaurants where I know they don't have this on the table.
Of note, am not a sugar substitute snob at all. I frequently use stevia and occasionally Splenda and although I prefer Coke Zero, I can bear the taste of Diet Coke. However, when it comes to baking with this product, something is way off.
I would love to change this to a positive review. If anyone can tell me how I can cut down this aftertaste - please help. I would hate to throw this out if there is something I can do in my recipes to improve the taste.
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