This has a very light flavor and is not carbonated as you might think looking at the bottle. I would compare it to the subtle taste of tea. If you are the kind of person who likes lemon in your water, and intriguing flavors, this drink is perfect for you.
I tend to pass over a recipe if I see it has sugar in it. I know how horrible sugar is for our body and I know we get way to much of it. Often times, we don’t even know we are consuming it since it is hidden in condiments like ketchup. But I found I was missing out on a lot of great dishes so when NuStevia contacted me to review their products I was really looking forward to it. Once I got the conversions figured out, I was really happy with the taste (I had a bit of a cooking disaster, like the worst I’ve ever had because this stuff is several times sweeter than sugar so you have to be VERY careful). I love that not only do I feel less guilty because it allows me to eats sweets without all the added sugar, I like that it doesn’t have a bad aftertaste like many artificial sweeteners have. Check out the VERY generous package I got from the friendly folks at NuNaturals:
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