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Be aware that erythritol in cooked products such as jam will rather quickly--within a few days--crystallize in the jar, so that the jam is "crunchy." To avoid this I have had to mix half sugar with half erythritol. If anyone has a sugar-free solution, I would surely like to hear it.
violetcrumble
· July 5, 2019
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I mix 1 c. erythritol with 1 tsp. Pure Monk in a food processor (small one comes with my immersion blender). The Pure Monk compensates for the decreased sweetness of it, and grinding it in a food processor removes the "cooling" aftertaste which I am very sensitive to. You'll have less than one cup after ;processing it … see more I mix 1 c. erythritol with 1 tsp. Pure Monk in a food processor (small one comes with my immersion blender). The Pure Monk compensates for the decreased sweetness of it, and grinding it in a food processor removes the "cooling" aftertaste which I am very sensitive to. You'll have less than one cup after ;processing it because it is finer, but it is equivalent to 1 cup.` see less I mix 1 c. erythritol with 1 tsp. Pure Monk in a food processor (small one comes with my immersion blender). The Pure Monk compensates for the decreased sweetness of it, and grinding it in a food processor removes the "cooling" aftertaste which I am very sensitive to. You'll have less than one cup after ;processing it because it is finer, but it is equivalent to 1 cup.`
Marina Moonlight
· January 9, 2017
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I have not tried this erythritol yet, but all of their other products that I've gotten have been excellent. I think they simply maintain lower overhead costs, and don't try to gouge people. There are many ways to lower business costs and keep product prices affordable if companies care to bother. It's a sad commenta… see more I have not tried this erythritol yet, but all of their other products that I've gotten have been excellent. I think they simply maintain lower overhead costs, and don't try to gouge people. There are many ways to lower business costs and keep product prices affordable if companies care to bother. It's a sad commentary on the state of our society that fair pricing makes people suspicious.... see less I have not tried this erythritol yet, but all of their other products that I've gotten have been excellent. I think they simply maintain lower overhead costs, and don't try to gouge people. There are many ways to lower business costs and keep product prices affordable if companies care to bother. It's a sad commentary on the state of our society that fair pricing makes people suspicious....
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If you were to pull up all pimagess of the package and run your mouse over it to enlarge the image you would see it was manufactured in Glendale California.
Sandra
· May 23, 2019
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As of May 2, 2019, my just-delivered Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" an… see more As of May 2, 2019, my just-delivered Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" and "non-GMO"; and "Manufactured for: Anthony's, 820 Thompson Unit 32, Glendale, CA 91201". see less As of May 2, 2019, my just-delivered Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" and "non-GMO"; and "Manufactured for: Anthony's, 820 Thompson Unit 32, Glendale, CA 91201".
Thrifty1
· May 4, 2019
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As of May 2, 2019, my Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" and "non-GMO"; an… see more As of May 2, 2019, my Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" and "non-GMO"; and "Manufactured for: Anthony's, 820 Thompson Unit 32, Glendale, CA 91201". see less As of May 2, 2019, my Anthony's Erythritol bag does not say from which plant the erythritol was derived (corn, sugar cane, or dead things in a swamp), nor does it state where the erythritol was produced (China, China, China or elsewhere in China). The bag states "batch tested and verified gluten free" and "non-GMO"; and "Manufactured for: Anthony's, 820 Thompson Unit 32, Glendale, CA 91201".
Thrifty1
· May 4, 2019
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There is a sticker saying non GMO
Thomas S. Garofalo
· April 16, 2015
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It will not.
Amazon Customer
· July 12, 2019
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You could try powdering it first in a blender or magic bullet. We actually powder it for every recipe we make.
Shepherd
· October 19, 2019
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It is a sugar alcohol which means,yes there are carbs, but no it does not raise boils glucose. Completely safe for diabetic cooking/keto cooking. A quick online search can explain the specifics if you have other questions about the detail of the digestion but I can tell you it doesn’t have the aftertaste of fake sweete… see more It is a sugar alcohol which means,yes there are carbs, but no it does not raise boils glucose. Completely safe for diabetic cooking/keto cooking. A quick online search can explain the specifics if you have other questions about the detail of the digestion but I can tell you it doesn’t have the aftertaste of fake sweeteners or stevia and does not affect blood “sugar” levels, at least in my case. see less It is a sugar alcohol which means,yes there are carbs, but no it does not raise boils glucose. Completely safe for diabetic cooking/keto cooking. A quick online search can explain the specifics if you have other questions about the detail of the digestion but I can tell you it doesn’t have the aftertaste of fake sweeteners or stevia and does not affect blood “sugar” levels, at least in my case.
squishy
· June 17, 2018