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Erythritol, Monk Fruit Extract
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Reviews For Classic Monkfruit Sweetener
Based on 3 Reviews
Good sugar substitute
I am not allowed to eat sugar, so I use this as a substitute. It's expensive, so I would not use it to make a batch of cookies, but for a teaspoon here and there it is good. It doesn't taste exactly like sugar, so best used in things that have a lot of flavor. I use it with carob to make hot "cocoa" and put a little bit in oatmeal with raspberries or blackberries.
Classic Monkfruit Sweetener
I heard about your product from an interview with the host of an a.m. radio show in the San Francisco market and the CFO of Lakanto. I ordered one unit and was pleased to receive it sooner than expected. I have used the monk fruit product only in my daily morning libation. Next month I'll use it for baking. It tastes agreeably and can be used measure-for-measure in recipes. Overall, I believe you've got a winner here!!
- penny johnson
Perfect Tea Sweetner
I love this sweetner in my morning cup of tea. To me it doesn't have any funny aftertaste and it isn't blended with fructose like the more common, non-organic brand of monk fruit. It dissolves quite nicely in hot liquid, too. No clumpy residue.
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