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    Stevia extract taste


    I used to use Now Stevia but stopped using it. I think it doesn't taste as good as Sucralose (artificial sweetener).

    Any brand that you liked the taste? Or with a taste closer to sugar or Sucralose?

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    I prefer xylitol, coconut sugar, or Sugarless Sugar
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    Didn't know Sugarless Sugar. I maybe have to try that one.
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    Interesting.

    Does this stuff taste like sugar?

    I'm not a huge stevia fan either (unfortunately)

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    Checked the ingredients. Seems to be a mix of stevia and xylitol. Curious to hear how it tastes. Noticed now Now is using a 'new' stevia that they call 'better stevia' and I don't know if the taste is any better than other stevia powders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whacked View Post
    Interesting.

    Does this stuff taste like sugar?

    I'm not a huge stevia fan either (unfortunately)
    I think Xylitol taste like sugar plus helps prevents cavities but have yet to try the Sugarless Sugar; it has only been out about three weeks. I also dislike the taste of stevia, but Now foods has several flavoured stevias
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rostam View Post
    Checked the ingredients. Seems to be a mix of stevia and xylitol. Curious to hear how it tastes. Noticed now Now is using a 'new' stevia that they call 'better stevia' and I don't know if the taste is any better than other stevia powders.
    It taste better imo
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