I want an herb garden. :) Stevia leaves to liquid sweetener!
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How To Make Stevia Extract
They say sugar is VERY bad for us and I’m beginning to agree. Of course, I don’t yet have a viable bulk substitute but perhaps growing stevia plants and making an extract is a viable alternative?…Read more ›
How To Make Liquid Stevia Extract ~ Dried stevia leaves, - chopped finely - vodka - glass jar with a lid
How to Use Fresh Stevia Leaves
Leaves from the stevia plant are a diabetic-safe, low-calorie sweetener that is 100 to 300 times sweeter than sucrose. Stevia is consumed around the world.
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drying and storing stevia leaves! & can also make your own liquid stevia extract by adding a cup of warm water to cup of fresh, finely-crushed stevia leaves. This mixture should set for 24 hours and then be refrigerated.
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