Domino Organic Agave Nectar Amber Liquid Sweetener Review

I noticed this   Domino Organic Agave Nectar Amber Liquid Sweetener at Walmart a couple weeks ago, and brought home an 11.75 ounce bottle of it for review and to see how it does in sweetening almond drinks, tea, cereals, salad dressings, tomato sauces, and to discern how it tastes right from the bottle. Well, now that I’ve sampled this organic … Continue reading Domino Organic Agave Nectar Amber Liquid Sweetener Review



Florida Crystals Organic Cane Sugar Review

I’ve purchased several 3 Lb. jugs (48 ounces) of Florida Crystals Organic Cane Sugar over the past few years.  I’ve tried it in teas, cereals (it’s especially delicious on Cocoa Wheats), and in fruit smoothies.     While somewhat more expensive than white sugar ($3.98 per 3-pound jar) and by no means a health food, the less refined state … Continue reading Florida Crystals Organic Cane Sugar Review



Great Value Zero Calorie Erythritol Rebiana Sweetener Review

Great Value Zero Calorie Erythritol Rebiana Sweetener  is Great Value’s approximation of Stevia In The Raw sweetener. Stevia In The Raw sweetener was released for public consumption a little while back, and I bought a couple boxes of it, eager to try it out.  A few month ago, I found this sweetener at Walmart and thought I’d bring home an 80-pack box … Continue reading Great Value Zero Calorie Erythritol Rebiana Sweetener Review



Florida Crystals Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener Review

I purchased Florida Crystals Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener liquid for review this past weekend to sweeten almond drinks, tea, and cereals. I’ve found this organic agave nectar to be a stupendous alternative to white sugar and corn syrup-based sweetener products. It has 60 calories per tablespoon, and appears to equal in sweetness that of honey and pure maple syrup. … Continue reading Florida Crystals Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener Review



Giant Eagle U.S. Grade A Clover Honey Review

[Emmy] purchased a 40-ounce bottle of  Giant Eagle U.S. Grade A Clover Honey  for her buckwheat pancakes, teas, and cereal, to see how its unique honey flavor tasted. We tried it in our Arrowhead Mills pancakes yesterday. Giant Eagle grade A honey, is sold at Giant Eagle grocery stores, and has 60 calories per tablespoon, as do most honeys.   It tastes just as sweet as … Continue reading Giant Eagle U.S. Grade A Clover Honey Review



Great Value All Natural Clover Honey Review

I’ve used Great Value Clover Honey liquid for the past year or two, to add that distinctive honey flavor to teas, cereals, and of course, to any recipe that calls for honey such as buckwheat pancakes or waffles. This all-natural honey product of the USA is a pleasing substitute to table sugar and corn syrup-based syrup products, as it supplies the unique natural honey … Continue reading Great Value All Natural Clover Honey Review



Honeytree Organic Agave Nectar Sweetener Review

I’ve used   Honeytree Organic Agave Nectar Sweetener   liquid to sweeten almond drinks, teas, and cereals.   To me, this organic agave nectar is a pleasant alternative to table sugar and corn syrup-based sweetener products.  Honeytree Agave Nectar has 60 calories per tablespoon, and appears to equal honey and pure maple syrups in terms of sweetness. The big difference however, between Honeytree Organic … Continue reading Honeytree Organic Agave Nectar Sweetener Review



Now Stevia Glycerite Sweetener Review

I’ve used   Now Stevia Glycerite Sweetener   liquid for over a decade in teas and cereals mostly, and have found it to be an exciting and effective alternative to table sugar.  Now Stevia Glycerite has no calories, and it is significantly sweeter than sugar, honey, agave nectar, and syrups.   Thus, you need less stevia to effectively sweeten a cup of tea. … Continue reading Now Stevia Glycerite Sweetener Review



Kal Pure Stevia Extract Powder Review

Discovered   Kal Pure Stevia Extract Powder   at the Kimberton Whole Foods store, in Kimberton, PA.  Paid roughly $13 for this 1.3 ounce shaker bottle. Had doubts that it would taste as sweet and bitter-free as the glycerite stevia liquids we’d used for many years in herbal teas, on fruits, and in wheat and oat cereals.  And this … Continue reading Kal Pure Stevia Extract Powder Review



Where To Get Agave Nectar

Countless folks these days are scouring the Internet, searching for   where to get agave nectar.  Here’s why they’re looking. Agave nectar is a sort of next generation carbohydrate-based sweetener whose low glycemic index reduces the tendency of this natural sugar product to produce weight gain and high blood sugar spikes.  No wonder this blue agave … Continue reading Where To Get Agave Nectar



Great Value No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener Review

Great Value No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener tastes precisely as sweet and luscious as its name brand counterpart, Splenda, which is the first name brand sugar alternative built on the artificial sweetening agent known as sucralose. Stores began marketing this sugar-like granulated powder flavoring to the public at large in the early 2000s, and I’ve bought several boxes of it over the years, eager … Continue reading Great Value No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener Review



Madhava Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener Review

I’ve used   Madhave Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener   liquid over the past couple years to sweeten almond drinks, tea, and cereals.   I’ve found this organic agave nectar to be a pleasant alternative to table sugar and corn syrup-based sweetener products.  Madhava Light Agave Nectar has 60 calories per tablespoon, and appears to equal in sweetness that of honey and pure maple syrups. The big difference however, between Madhava … Continue reading Madhava Organic Agave Nectar Light Sweetener Review



Truvia Sweetener Review

Truvia sweetener was released for public consumption some four plus years ago, and I bought a couple boxes, eager to try it in tea and plain yogurt smoothies. Well, since then, I have consumed several boxes worth.  Impressions of this low calorie product follow.   Benefits, Features, Pros, and Advantages It emits a strong yet pleasant and … Continue reading Truvia Sweetener Review



Now Better Stevia Glycerite Organic Sweetener Review

There’s now a revised version of stevia from Now Foods, called   Now Better Stevia Glycerite Zero Calorie Sweetener.  We’ve used previous versions of this liquid sugar substitute for a decade and a half, in teas and cereals mainly, and have found it an exciting, healthful, and effective replacement for table sugar. Now Better Stevia Glycerite has no calories, and is significantly … Continue reading Now Better Stevia Glycerite Organic Sweetener Review



Nectresse Natural No Calorie Sweetener Review

From the makers of Splenda, this Nectresse Natural No Calorie Sweetener is, like Splenda, suitable for diabetics, contains zero calories, and tastes very much like sugar.  However, unlike Splenda, Nectresse comes from a more natural formulation of molasses, monk fruit, and sugar, with some erythritol thrown in too.  We tried this on blueberries and raspberries, cereal, coffee, tea, and … Continue reading Nectresse Natural No Calorie Sweetener Review



Thrifty Bee Dark & Robust Honey Review

We purchased a 32-ounce bottle of  Thrifty Bee Dark & Robust Honey liquid for review, to see how it tasted when adding its distinctive honey flavor to teas, cereals, and of course, to any recipe that calls for honey such as buckwheat pancakes or waffles. This internationally sourced honey product, as described on the bottle, comes from India, Canada, Argentina, and Vietnam, and no … Continue reading Thrifty Bee Dark & Robust Honey Review



Splenda No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener Review

Splenda No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener  is the first name brand sugar replacement based on the relatively newly-developed sweetening agent called sucralose.  This sugar-like alternative was released for public consumption in the early 2000s, and I’ve bought several boxes of it over the years, eager to check it out.  When I started writing these reviews, I thought I’d again get a 100-pack box … Continue reading Splenda No Calorie Sucralose Sweetener Review



Stevia Extract In The Raw Sweetener Review

Stevia Extract In The Raw Sweetener was released to the public recently.  A few month ago, I saw this stevia-based product at Walmart and thought I’d bring home a 50-pack box to review.  My findings from that exercise follow.   Benefits, Advantages, Pros, and Features In my tea, this sugar replacement dissolves rapidly, and I love the flavor which is almost … Continue reading Stevia Extract In The Raw Sweetener Review