Sugar helps make baked goodies puffy, golden brown and moist, but plain granulated sugar isn’t your only option. Whether you’re looking to cut calories, use less processed ingredients or simply change up the flavor, here are some options.
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Baking With Sugar Alternatives by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Tips, December 1, 2009
Understanding Stevia by Dana Angelo White in Food News, October 9, 2009
Once only available as a supplement in health food stores, stevia has gone mainstream. How much do you know about this zero-calorie sweetener? Many folks are for it; others have concerns. Here are the basics.
Sweeteners: Artificial Varieties by Dana Angelo White in Food News, February 6, 2009
Everyone knows these little pastel packets you find at restaurants and coffee shops — the artificial or no-calorie sweeteners. We see descriptions like “substitute,” “natural” and “made from sugar” attached to these food additives, but what does it all mean? There is more to these “sweets” than meets the eye.
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