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Alaska Seeds of Change will be at Saturday's market with a large selection of fresh herbs, including chervil, dill, stevia, Thai basil, Genovese basil, parsley and chives.
The ice cream’s secret weapons are stevia and prebiotic fiber (which replace the sugar and fat of typical ice cream) and … air.
Whip in the honey, vanilla extract, stevia, and salt.
The treats are sugar and gluten free and use sweeteners like stevia and xylitol to give them their sweet candy-like flavor.
But current alternatives such as stevia and monkfruit can have a bitter aftertaste.
Other fresh produce includes a selection of herbs, lettuce mix, boc choi, rainbow Swiss chard, arugula, Toscano kale, Siberian kale, red Russian kale, stevia and strawberries.
This company makes sparkling waters, soda substitutes and protein drinks with stevia, which is derived from a plant of the same name and considered by some dietitians to be a much healthier substitute for sugar.
Level four in the diagram includes diet sodas, teas and other beverages with non-calorie artificial or natural sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose and stevia.
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Origin and Etymology of stevia
First Known Use: 1806See Words from the same year
medical Definition of stevia
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