Stevia Works Well Right in Your Own Kitchen

 San Antonio, TX. According to the Global Stevia Institute (GSI) the sweet compounds of the stevia plant – called steviol glycosides – can be extracted from the leaf and can be used in products to achieve a very similar taste of sucrose. Today stevia extract can be found in hundreds of foods and beverages from around the world, including teas, soft drinks, juices, yogurt, soymilk, baked goods, cereals, salad dressings and candy, as well as a tabletop sweetener.

 

SVETIA® is a calorie-free sweetener made of stevia extract, that can be used as a sweetener in beverages, such as tea and lemonade, or in sauces. It is a product created to satisfy the need to sweeten.  SVETIA® with stevia extract works well right in your own kitchen. Stir SVETIA® into a glass of iced tea or mug of coffee, whip it into dessert sauces, or learn to bake with it. Whatever the application – whether ready-made or made yourself – SVETIA® adds that sweetness you want but without calories. You can take it cold, hot or even baked, since it keeps its sweetness and does not change the original taste of food. SVETIA® with stevia extract has no bitter aftertaste, that is, it does not produce any unpleasant taste nor does it leave any such residues in the mouth.

Here are some suggestions for you to use SVETIA® with stevia extract in your kitchen:

  • You can prepare a delicious maple and vanilla biscotti with SVETIA®
  • Cook a miso glazed salmon with SVETIA®
  • Sweeten your harvest zucchini bread with SVETIA®
  • Quench your thirst with flavored waters sweetened with SVETIA®.
  • Prepare a tasty chocolate avocado coconut mousse with SVETIA®
  • Add a spoonful of SVETIA® into a mug of piping hot coffee or tea.
  • Add SVETIA® to your coleslaw.

Look for the right way to use SVETIA® with stevia extract in your kitchen, in our recipe website

http://www.svetia.us/recipes/

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SVETIA® Calorie – Free Sweetener is made with cane sugar and stevia extract. One packet of SVETIA® contains only one gram of carbohydrates. People with diabetes are advised to check with their registered dietitian or physician.

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