100 lb. Club - Stevia Glycerite Conversion?
08-30-2007, 01:06 AM
Hi all, I've got some stevia glycerite, and I want to use it in recipes. I have been unable to find a conversion chart. Does anybody know how much stevia equals a cup of sugar (or ANY recognizable measure), or what would be a comparable amount of liquid splenda?
08-30-2007, 01:23 AM
Not sure (I never cook), but I'd probably check their website.
My real question is about the Dorothy Sayers quote. I don't really understand it, possibly because I don't know what "grouble" is. :) Please elaborate.
08-30-2007, 07:04 AM
I think it might be trouble with a typo? I love Dorothy Sayers!
08-30-2007, 05:46 PM
Yep, trouble with a type.
The website for the stevia glycerite mfr. was the first place I checked. Zero useful info: "Add 3-5 drops to a cup of tea or coffee. For use as a nutritional supplement." Not exactly helpful. 3-5 is an awfully big range, even assuming I could translate that to, say, a teaspoon's worth of sweetness, which I would certainly not count on.
09-01-2007, 03:44 AM
I googled "stevia conversion sugar" and came up with a bunch of websites. I think this one has the info you're looking for. http://www.uppercanadastevia.com/content/view/25/40/
09-01-2007, 01:59 PM
thanks, Gale, I did the same google, but stevia concentrate or stevia liquid are not the same thing as stevia glycerite. I found stevia concentrate or extract or liquid or powder/granulated all over the place. Stevia glycerite is apparently a different sort of critter altogether. I give up. I'm just going to experiment until I get it right. Thanks for trying to help! I apparently bought the only truly wierd form of stevia.
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