Sweet! Primordial's Sweet Serum (spons.)
- 02-09-2010, 09:23 PM
Sweet! Primordial's Sweet Serum (spons.)
NEW DOWN BELOW!! Used in cottage cheese, coffee, and made a steak glaze! Check it out!
It has arrived! (along with some other awesome PP goodies I decided to order)
Pretty excited I got to try this one. I actually messed up my order and paid for it but Jimbo gave me a credit so we'll call it sponsored haha! That just means more Liver Juice in the future. I want to thank Jimbo for giving me a chance to try this stuff out. I am cutting for Spring Break in Vegas so this will be a great addition. I love my coffee and I like it sweet -- so this will definitely be the healthier way to go! I'll try to throw it in some recipes although I can't cook worth ****. Maybe eat some sweet brown rice or pop some in my cottage cheese. I am sure you will see some experiments!
Anyways, if you don't know what the stuff is, read below. I haven't used it for anything yet so I'll post up when I do. Also, my roommate is a diabetic so this may revolutionize his life. Haha!
Yeah, that's some Sweet Serum and AM
What is Sweet Serum?
Sweet Serum is healthy alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. A small amount can sweeten food, beverages, marinades and sauces.
Created with natural plant nectars, Sweet Serum contains beneficial polysaccharides [inulin] that supports healthy digestion.
What are the ingredients?
Blue AgaveThe first ingredient is Xagave, which is an organic form of agave syrup that has been standardized for inulin content. Inulin is beneficially prebiotic fiber with a naturally sweet taste. (1) Xagave contains minimally processed nectars from Blue and White Agave plants. This blend provides the best tasting and healthiest agave on the market.*
The second ingredient is syrup from the yacon root [smallanthus sonchifolius]. The syrup from yacon root was included for its naturally high content of fructooligosaccharides [FOS]. FOS is another form of inulin beneficial for the digestive system and the intestinal flora. (3)
Finally, Sweet Serum is enhanced with concentrated stevia extract from natural stevia leaf (stevia rebaudiana). This particular extract is up to 300x sweeter than regular sugar, and is an excellent non-calorie sweetness enhancer.
* Other brands of agave syrup on the market may contain low amounts of beneficial inulin and high amounts of fructose and glucose sugars due to extreme heating used in processing. Xagave is the only raw agave on the market to be processed under 120°F and contain a standardized amount of inulin (12%) and high content of naturally occurring vitamins and minerals.
How does Sweet Serum improve my digestive health?
Sweet Serum is standardized to contain 18% total inulin from agave and yacon root syrup.
Inulin and FOS are complex chains of fructose and glucose molecules created by plants which acts as an indigestible polysaccharide [soluble fiber] in the human digestive track. (1) Since the body cannot breakdown inulin, it is not absorbed into the blood, and therefore does not raise blood sugar or have any caloric value. (1,2)
These indigestible polysaccharides are known to support digestive health by supporting the growth of probiotic organisms in the intestines. Probiotic organisms such as lactobacilli and bifidobacterium help support the immune system and prevent over growth of Escherichia coli and other pathogenic bacteria. (3)
How does Sweet Serum taste?
Sweet Serum has a very concentrated sweet honey taste. When mixing a small amount with food or beverage Sweet Serum adds a very balanced sweetness that satisfies the palette without tasting artificial and empty like most non-calorie sweeteners.
Can I cook with it?
Yes, sweet serum can be used in cooking. In fact it’s a great way to make low sugar teriyaki and other low calorie marinades and sauces.
Keep in mind that cooking at high temperatures (above 180°F) may break down the inulin into fructose and glucose molecules, thus reducing the fiber content.
For complete recipes please visit our Primordial Kitchen.
Is sweet serum safe for diabetics and children?
The average serving of Sweet Serum has virtually no effect on blood sugar, therefore it is considered a safe sweetener for diabetics, and those who wish to avoid raising their blood sugar levels.
- 02-09-2010, 09:30 PM
02-09-2010, 09:54 PM
This stuff is great for sweetening brown rice and cottage cheese! Your gonna love this stuff, Im never using artificial crap again.
02-09-2010, 09:57 PM
02-09-2010, 11:08 PM
Cracked it open!
Very nice consistency. Runny enough so it won't be a clump in anything and looks delicious. Smells like a light, very sweet maple syrup almost. Put a dab on my finger and tastes really good. I could almost see me preferring this taste to sugar and will give excellent flavor to coffee. I plan on grabbing a cup of joe tomorrow and trying this out!
BTW it has a pop open lid, so not like you run the risk of dumping the whole bottle out! Haha
02-10-2010, 12:44 AM
Awesome, subbed. Interested in what you think about this product.
PM me with any order questions and concerns
02-10-2010, 12:55 AM
I can see this having some excellent low-carb uses in the bedroom. Licking sugar juice off eachother isn't just for the obese any more!!
(Yeah, she is pretty ugly.)
02-10-2010, 03:08 PM
Thought I would try it out with some cottage cheese as a little afternoon snack!
Add a little Sweet Serum! I read in another log it is pretty sweet so just a little. Looks like a pro chef made it huh? Haha
Holy **** balls this is delicious. I am honestly sold just putting it in cottage cheese alone. The taste of this stuff is unlike anything I have ever had. I keep going back to the word "maple syrup", but I am not really a fan of maple syrup -- it just has that natural flavor. I scarfed this down in about 1 second and wish I had made a bigger bowl.
More to come later. Might make up a little steak marinade tonight.
02-10-2010, 03:11 PM
Oh and by the way, judging how much I used just there and how much the bottle went down -- a bottle of the stuff is going to last you quite a while. That is, unless I become addicted and start sweetening everything.
02-10-2010, 03:17 PM
Also, if there is anything else you guys want to see or for me to use it in, feel free to let me know and I will tell you how it tastes in my best opinon. I am completely broke so there will be no Lobster Fettuccine dishes with Sweet Serum, however.
02-10-2010, 07:57 PM
02-10-2010, 09:16 PM
Actually didn't do much for me. At first I poured some in, and tasted no difference. So I poured some more...then some more. It tastes a little more sweet but not that big of a difference from black coffee. Could you get it sweet? Absolutely. I didn't want to pour that much of my bottle in.
However, now that I read your post and have about half my cup left - I shot some more in.
It has probably been about 1/16 of the bottle thus far. It is pretty sweet now -- but not quite like sugar. Does leave a nice little syrupy taste on the palette after being swallowed. I dig it, although it might require more investment to regularly use this for coffee if you like it really sweet.
02-10-2010, 09:18 PM
Actually, now that I have reached the bottom of my cup -- IT IS PURE SERUM! For some reason I figured liquid into liquid would almost mix itself up. This was a mistake. You could probably use a lot less if you stir properly. I will try this better tomorrow and report back.
I can't even finish the last drop it is so sweet. You don't need as much as I thought! Just a good ol stir!
02-10-2010, 09:34 PM
02-10-2010, 09:47 PM
Try mixing the sweet serum with a bit of milk, then mix it with some coffee, and give the coffee a stir every once in a while. That works well for me.
02-10-2010, 09:53 PM
But -- STAY TUNED! Making a cajun SWEET SERUM glaze for steak as we speak. Gross? Delicious? I'll find out in a few.....
02-10-2010, 09:55 PM
I honestly am still thinking about that cottage cheese earlier -- was f'n delicious. Hope the steaks turn out good.
02-10-2010, 10:17 PM
Alright. Steak is being consumed as I type this and it is pretty damn good. Took a little experimenting to see if this would work but it is actually pretty enjoyable.
I mixed Sweet Serum, Cajun spice, Salt & Pepper to make a paste
Let the steaks cook a little first before putting the glaze on.
Finished product. SS glaze is on the right.
It actually tastes really good. I will use more cajun spice and salt & pepper next time but it is very good. These are dry steaks and the glaze almost seeped into the outside layer making it juicy. Kind of odd with sweetness on a steak but overall very tasty. Thumbs up.
You can't do this with sugar!!
BTW I like all my food with some burntness -- so that is intentional
02-10-2010, 10:21 PM
Eating the non-glazed steak now. Definitely not as good in the least. Pouring A-1 all over it now....
02-10-2010, 10:25 PM
02-10-2010, 10:28 PM
02-10-2010, 10:46 PM
02-10-2010, 11:24 PM
This is definitely an awesome product to make good treats with! Cant see what kind of recipes you can make with it! Have you tasted it plain yet?
EDIT: You should try to make your own BBQ Sauce with this
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02-10-2010, 11:29 PM
02-10-2010, 11:32 PM
great stuff man, thanks for your review. would love to try this on some cottage cheese in the future
02-10-2010, 11:37 PM
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02-10-2010, 11:43 PM
02-10-2010, 11:44 PM
02-15-2010, 09:24 PM
Hey sorry for the lack of updates. Went home for the weekend and forgot the Serum. Will definitely try to brew some more recipes up this week!
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