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Post #149699242 added Yesterday 8:01 PM by abstractj in Deal Talk
Lily’s are the best low carb chocolate. It’s smooth, but it turns a bit dry after baking for some reason. The sugar alternative is oos again.
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Post #149695054 added Yesterday 3:17 PM by cayoung_8 in Deal Talk
Diabetics, honey.
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Post #149694469 added Yesterday 2:39 PM by rtoudozue in Deal Talk
Sorry your cookies sucked. I recommend extra butter, real vanilla and sea salt.
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Post #149693533 added Yesterday 1:50 PM by dustyb01 in Deal Talk
i as well also made some oatmeal cookies ,the chocolate chip were totally ridiculous to be kind ,nobody ate more than a bite ,i myself gagged lol....pretty awful ...i must say though the oatmeal i...
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Post #149691130 added Yesterday 12:33 PM by Tharsis in Deal Talk
I bought this to add to my protein/coffee mix in the morning. I know, it's for baking, but I like fake sugar blends more than any one in particular. Keto is great for maintaining low hunger so...
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Post #149684884 added Yesterday 9:36 AM by JenT4685 in Deal Talk
Wow. What a steal. And here I am thinking when I found those size bags on Amazon warehouse for 12.50; that was a great deal. Maybe I should browse woot more often.
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Post #149684725 added Yesterday 9:29 AM by decarillion in Deal Talk
Ordered the max of four. These are about $10/bag on KA's site, and their FS is with $75, today. We'll see. I have not been happy with the results of baking with sugar substitutes, but I keep trying,...
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Post #149684476 added Yesterday 9:21 AM by Jenuine055 in Deal Talk
FYI, erythritol is the main ingredient and often gives people diarrhea. This looks like a Frankenstein hodgepodge of many different, weirdly modified products that were originally from a plant but...
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Post #149683237 added Yesterday 8:47 AM by MIA2TLV in Deal Talk
I’m in for a couple. My wife recently started using this for baking and so far everything has turned out pretty good. We also like it in our coffee.
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Post #149681887 added Yesterday 8:03 AM by MerryCorn4660 in Deal Talk
I've looked this up previously. Yes, Xylitol is toxic to dogs. But the others aren't in normal quantities - so as with all other human food generally, keep away. But the cocoa powder in your kitchen...
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Post #149679289 added Yesterday 6:45 AM by anlashok in Deal Talk
When ordering the sugar alternatives, be aware that some are deadly in pets while others cause stomach issues, vomiting, and diarrhea . Xylitol is deadly for sure for dogs. Just keep them out of...
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Post #149678716 added Yesterday 6:12 AM by physicsnerd in Deal Talk
Anyone have any recipes to share that use this? In the past when I've used sugar alternatives, my baked goods came out very dry.
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Post #149678668 added Yesterday 6:09 AM by linrick in Deal Talk
Yes. KA has 0 GI.
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Post #149678566 added Yesterday 6:00 AM by JuJu83 in Deal Talk
Is it diabetes friendly?
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Post #149678473 added Yesterday 5:52 AM by Dr. J in Deal Talk
I think the secret to a good low-cal sweetener is a blend of several - it seems any one individually tends to have a sharp cutoff with a bitterness.
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Post #149677894 added Yesterday 4:51 AM by Spook52 in Deal Talk
Had too much sugar, perhaps?!
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Post #149677729 added Yesterday 4:32 AM by TonyGString in Deal Talk
DO IT. Swerve is just erythritol, inulin, and some trade secret sauce they're somehow allowed to get away with w/o having to actually list it. ​ Edit: and yes, read what the poster above me...
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Post #149677603 added Yesterday 4:13 AM by senormoll in Deal Talk
Soluble corn fiber is going to register a glycemic response in a lot of people. All the “0 carb” soluble fibers are like that. But if all you want to do is cut calories some then this will work. ...
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Post #149677561 added Yesterday 4:00 AM by dealcracker in Deal Talk
In my opinion, the King Arthur sweetener is fine for some baking, but don't expect it to taste like Swerve. The King Arthur product has a strong vanilla-like taste and odor that you immediately...
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Post #149677546 added Yesterday 3:56 AM by sportsdude00 in Deal Talk
Same when i used monkfruit! Ill stick to baking with these
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