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Stevia

Author : Rita DePuydt
ISBN : 9781570671333
Genre : Cooking
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Stevia extract is about 200 to 300 times sweeter than sugar, with no calories and a glycemic index of 0. It is the perfect sweetener for anyone concerned about too much sugar in their diet and are reluctant to use artificial sweeteners. Here is everything you need to know about how to substitute stevia in your favorite recipes along with over 100 recipes for a wide range of desserts and breads, beverages, sauces and toppings . Also included is information on the history and health benefits of stevia.
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Stevia Sweet Recipes

Author : Jeffrey Goettemoeller
ISBN : 9780757051128
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Sweet Stevia Recipes An Up To Date Cookbook Of Sugar Free Dish Ideas

Author : Anthony Boundy
ISBN : 1728751624
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 68.60 MB
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Do you find yourself yearning for sweet treats and drinks during the day at home or at work? No doubt you already know how unhealthy it is to use a lot of sugar in your food and drink, and how some artificial sweeteners may be even less healthy. The answer for many savvy cooks is Stevia. It is derived from a small-sized shrub found natively in South America. It is grown in other places now, too. You can find Stevia in many forms, from liquid to powder to Stevia in the Raw, and they make an excellent substitute for sugar in your recipes. Think again before you reach for carb and sugar loaded snacks you see everywhere today. You can make you and your family tasty treats that won
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Growing And Using Stevia

Author : Jeffrey Goettemoeller
ISBN : 0978629337
Genre : Cooking
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Grow Your Own Sweet Herb! Stevia rebaudiana is a natural, low-glycemic, low-calorie alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. "Growing and Using Stevia" is your complete stevia guide from garden to table, with chapters about propagating, growing, and harvesting stevia, indoors and out. Enjoy your harvest with 35 delicious recipes developed in the Lucke and Goettemoeller kitchens. Learn how to: Start stevia from seeds, cuttings, or transplants. Grow stevia in your garden or in containers. Harvest leaves and make your own green powder or liquid stevia extract. Use homegrown stevia in pies, frozen desserts, herb tea, smoothies, & more! "...one of our favorites. It's simple and all in one. You get the facts, recipes, and how to grow it. The price is economical and we are happy to offer it along with live plants and other stevia products." -Marshall & Judy Ayer; Ayer Natural Market & Greenhouse; Bluford, IL Jeffrey Goettemoeller and Karen Lucke are siblings who grew up gardening and enjoying wholesome home cooking. Karen is now a nutritionist and reflexologist. Jeffrey is the author of Stevia Sweet Recipes: Sugar-free-Naturally!, with over 300,000 copies in print. He also majored in horticulture at Northwest Missouri State University and completed a published research study on the production of Stevia rebaudiana seeds.
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Baking With Stevia

Author : Rita DePuydt
ISBN : 0965607305
Genre : Cooking
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The Stevia Cookbook

Author : Ray Sahelian
ISBN : 0895299267
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 28.34 MB
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Collects recipes highlighting the natural alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners and explains how to substitute stevia for sugar and chemical sweeteners
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Zero Sugar Stevia Cookbook

Author : Stephanie Sharp
ISBN : 1695340043
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Whoever said that living a sugar free life meant that you would have to give delicious meals was very wrong. This Zero Sugar Stevia Cookbook will allow you to prepare sugar-free versions of a variety of dishes without having to compromise your decision to cut sugar from your diet. You will be introduced to stevia recipes ranging from dinner to dessert, including: - Stevia Syrup - Macedoine Frappe - Chia Pudding - Apple Cheddar Waffles - Avocado Salsa Zoodles - June Plum Drink - And so much more. Grab a copy of this Zero Sugar Stevia Cookbook and introduce the vibrant taste of stevia to your diet.
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Diets For Healthy Healing

Author : Linda Page
ISBN : 1884334830
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dr. Linda Page's Natural Solutions to America's 10 Biggest Health ProblemsFood is powerful medicine. Sometimes it's your best medicine... even for difficult disease. Linda Page, America's foremost nutrition and herb expert, has worked with this healing principle for over two decades and has written this book as your primary guide to using food as your best medicine. In Diets for Healthy Healing, each chapter reviews a health problem and provides an easy-to-follow nutrition plan. Healing recipes, nutritional supplements, whole herbs, bodywork and exercise recommendations are included as part of the healing program.
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National Gardening

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ISBN : UCSC:32106014189069
Genre : Gardening
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Sunset Recipe Annual

Author : Sunset Books
ISBN : 037602710X
Genre : Cooking
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Every recipe from this magazine's 2001 editions has been compiled in this colorful cookbook, complete with low-fat favorites, family meals, quick-cook dishes, and more. Original.
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Growing Stevia For Market

Author : Jeffrey Goettemoeller
ISBN : 0978629353
Genre : Cooking
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"Stevia rebaudiana" is a natural, low-glycemic alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners. It's also a promising crop suited to a wide variety of climates and soils "Growing Stevia For Market" is your complete guide to growing, harvesting, and marketing stevia leaves and bedding plants. Valuable information is compiled from growers, research trials, and the author's own experience. Includes stevia leaf buyers, sellers, and other resources. ""Stevia rebaudiana" thrives in a wide variety of climates and soils. It can be a perennial crop in some climates or an annual crop where winters are cold. However, the cultivation of stevia is fairly new. We've only begun to optimize procedures for commercial production. There is great potential for improvement in stevia yield, quality, and profits. This book provides a head start for academic and on farm experimentation. Best practices for stevia cultivation are suggested based on research studies from around the world as well as the author's own experience of growing and using stevia for over a decade. "Growing Stevia for Market" will help farmers, researchers, market gardeners, nurseries, and greenhouse operators succeed with stevia." - from the preface About The Author Jeffrey Goettemoeller grew up gardening alongside his dad and went on to earn a B.S. degree with a major in horticulture at Northwest Missouri State University. Under the direction of Dr. Alejandro Ching, Jeffrey completed a published research study on the production of "Stevia rebaudiana" seeds. Years later, he still grows and studies stevia. Jeffrey is the author of "Stevia Sweet Recipes: Sugar free-Naturally ," with over 300,000 copies in print, and "Growing and Using Stevia: The Sweet Leaf from Garden to Table with 35 Recipes." Contents List of Figures - vi Acknowledgements - viii Preface - ix Introduction - 1 1. Climate and Day Length - 7 2. Plant Propagation - 33 3. Field Preparation and Plant Care - 57 4. Field Planting - 93 5. Harvesting and Postharvest - 103 6. Marketing and Economics - 123 Appendix 1: Field Trial Summaries - 141 Appendix 2: Stevia Leaf Buyers - 167 Appendix 3: Selected Resources - 169 Glossary - 179 Bibliography - 187 Index - 193 About the Author - 205
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The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCSD:31822036342525
Genre : American literature
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I Love Dessert But Not Sugar Wheat Milk Gluten Corn Soy Unhealthy Fat

Author : Nicolette M. Dumke
ISBN : 9781887624183
Genre : Cooking
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If you are on a restricted diet due to food allergies or gluten intolerance, you don't have to be deprived of the pleasure of your favorite desserts. Now you can enjoy delicious desserts which are free of your problem foods. With I Love Dessert but NOT Sugar, Wheat, Milk, Gluten, Corn, Soy, Unhealthy Fat... you will rediscover the enjoyment of simple pleasures. This book contains more than 300 easily-made recipes for almost any dessert you might want, all free of sugar, wheat, corn, soy, and unhealthy fats. Most of the recipes are gluten-free; a wide variety of gluten-free grains and grain alternatives is used in addition to rice. The desserts are sweetened with healthy natural sweeteners such as agave, fruit sweeteners, and stevia. Enjoy simple fruit desserts, puddings, cobblers, crisps, pies, cakes, ice creams (including dairy-free), sweet breads and rolls, cookies and confections on your special diet. When your friends or family are having a treat, now you can join in. Don't deprive yourself any more!
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The I Love My Instant Pot Vegan Recipe Book

Author : Britt Brandon
ISBN : 9781507205778
Genre : Cooking
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The cookbook that makes using your Instant Pot easier than ever! This is the must-have plant-based cookbook for the must-have appliance—the Instant Pot! A vegan, plant-based diet is healthy, nutritious, and environmentally friendly. Now, it’s easier than ever to create plant-based dishes thanks to the Instant Pot. With 175 vegan recipes and photographs throughout, this cookbook is perfect for fans who want to learn how to make delicious plant-based dishes for every meal. Whether you’re a dedicated vegan, vegetarian, or an omnivore looking to eat less meat, you’re sure to find easy, healthy, and satisfying recipes that the whole family will love.
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The Herb Quarterly

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924097802213
Genre : Cookery (Herbs)
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Sensational Stevia Desserts

Author : Lisa Jobs
ISBN : 0976524546
Genre : Cooking
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Offers 82 low-carb treats to help consumers take sugar and artificial sweeteners out of desserts forever by using stevia, the all-natural, healthy alternative. This is the first stevia cookbook to have exclusively dessert recipes, an 8-page, full-color photo insert, full nutrition information and measurements for different brands of stevia!
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Simply Sugar Free

Author : Susanna Booth
ISBN : 9780600633938
Genre : Cooking
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In Britain, the average person consumes 700 grams - or 140 teaspoons - of sugar each week. Eating too much sugar can be as harmful to your health as drinking alcohol or smoking, as it can lead to an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, weight gain and tooth decay, amongst other health problems. With more than 100 recipes, Simply Sugar Free offers sweet and simple dishes using healthier alternatives to refined sugar. Instead of loading your food with refined white sugar, why not use stevia, fruit or honey to sweeten up your dishes? Featuring tips and tricks to help you wipe out the white stuff, the recipes range from everyday snacks and treats to more indulgent dishes for entertaining guests, and you can even satisfy your sweet tooth with a dessert that isn't overloaded with sugar! From Roquefort & pear muffins, Strawberry scones and Banana bread to Chocolate chip ice cream, Pineapple meringue pie and Red velvet cake, each recipe uses a sweet alternative to refined sugar - without compromising on taste.
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Low Carb Cooking With Stevia

Author : James Kirkland
ISBN : 1928906141
Genre : Cooking
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This book contains revolutionary, delicious recipes like pastas, breads, even cakes and cookies all low in carbohydrates. Filled with practical advice, Mr. Kirkland is inspirational as he explains how he lost his extra weight and regained his life -- All while enjoying a variety of favorite foods. Kirkland, an expert on stevia, includes in-depth information about stevia, the natural alternative to questionable artificial sweeteners. With over 175 delightful low-carb recipes and more than 60 pages of important information, Low-Carb Cooking With Stevia is the essential companion for a successful low-carbohydrate lifestyle.
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