Has anyone tried the All-Natural Sweetner - Swerve?

By re1ndeer Latest Reply 2012-01-12 13:14:15 -0600
Started 2012-01-10 16:26:52 -0600

I received an e-mail from a friend who has received a free sample of this sweetner.

I was curious if any one out here in the DC Community has tried this.

I do have their website : http://www.swervesweetener.com/

I have requested a free sample from this website to try it. It is not in my location but can be ordered from their website.

If you've tried this please post .

13 replies

GabbyPA 2012-01-11 18:44:15 -0600 Report

It has a very limited market in Louisiana, but you can get it on line. I like that it is crystallized by a natural process instead of with chemicals. Sounds interesting and runs about the same as Truvia.

re1ndeer 2012-01-11 18:57:44 -0600 Report

Thanks for replying, I thought I would try it, see what it's all about.

I like the idea, that you can use it for baking, 1 to 1 like sugar. And they also make a powdered sugar form too.

I normally cut sugar back when baking anyway, if it calls for 1 cup, I put in a 1/2 cup and fill the rest with applesauce.

GabbyPA 2012-01-11 19:04:27 -0600 Report

Yes, it looked interesting and if it cooks like sugar with zero calories and has that same texture, I would be thrilled.

p@trick 2012-01-11 09:00:36 -0600 Report

sounds interesting. hmmm. would be ideal. i didn't read anything about it having an aftertaste. i often wonder if products like this are too good to be true…

trc0705 2012-01-10 20:38:18 -0600 Report

Sorry I have not heard of this one. I use stevia at home to sweeten tea and such. It is also a zero calorie sweetener which is also natural. I know you can pick up packets at most walmarts and grocery stores. If you google it I'm sure you can find information on it. Good luck to you.

pixsidust 2012-01-10 19:59:20 -0600 Report

No I haven't tried it. Some of the manufacturing process is over my head. I would want to understand more about that and know what plants are being used which they do not mention. Let us know what you think. Maybe write a review.

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