Monday, December 7, 2009

Stevia Extract In the Raw Review and Giveaway






*Stevia Extract In The Raw gets its delicious, natural sweetness from Rebiana (aka Reb-A) — an extract from the Stevia plant. This extract is the sweetest part of the plant and has recently been isolated to provide pure sweetening power without the licorice-like aftertaste that many of our predecessors exhibited. All you get is the sweet flavor without any calories. Unlike some of our competitors, Stevia Extract In The Raw does not use additional sweeteners such as erythritol (Truvia™) and isomaltulose and erythritol (PureVia™) to mask the natural sweetness of Reb-A Stevia Extract. The high purity level of our product eliminates any of the licorice-like aftertaste associated with less pure Stevia products currently in the market.

I love Stevia Extract In The Raw! I love the fact that it has zero calories and sweetens anything I want just as well ( if not better) than cane sugar. I really love this brand because it does not have an aftertaste as other stevia's do. I am a big tea drinker. I love the taste of a good flavored herbal tea, but must admit that I need it to be sweet. I have the biggest sweet tooth known to man-kind. I probably would not have 3-4 cups of tea a day if I did not use stevia. I would not be able to justify using a tablespoon of sugar up to four times a day! So glad I came across Stevia Extract In The Raw. It's sweeter than cane sugar so keep that in mind when adding it to your coffee or tea. I like mine extra sweet so this is not a problem for me. There is also a very handy chart on the website for further guidance.
A big THANK YOU to Keith; VP form Stevia Extract In The Raw for sharing this awesome product with me and and with you too!
For your chance to win a box of 50 packets of Stevia Extract In The Raw please follow these simple rules. The first rule must be followed in order to win!!

  • Tell me how you would use Stevia Extract In The Raw in your lifestyle.
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**You have quite a few chances! This giveaway will run through 11:59pm of Dec. 14th and the winner will be announced by the afternoon of Dec. 15th. The winner will be chosen by using Random.org from all valid entries and will be contacted via email. The winner will have 48 hours to contact me before they forfeit their prize. Giveaway is open to US residents only. Good luck!





43 comments:

kathy55439 said...

I would use it in my Icetea or maybe hot tea because it is now really cold in the mid west

Minute said...

I would use it to sweeten tea mostly.

cstironkat said...

I would use it in my morning cereal and in my homemade hot cocoa.

sweepmom said...

We already use it for coffee, oatmeal and yogurt in our home.

DCMetroreader said...

I love Stevia & use it in my ice tea. Thanks!

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DCMetroreader said...

I would try the Chocolate Mousse recipe on the Stevia site.

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DCMetroreader said...

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jennem said...

I'd have my husband use it in his coffee, and use it on my daughter's oatmeal.
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jennem said...

I'd like to try the Morning Muffin Tops recipe.
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stormy said...

I would use it in my homemade coffee instead of using real sugar.

Thanks.

stormy said...

I would like to try the Berry Energy Shake on the Stevia website.

Sharon Harmon said...

I would definitely use Stevia in my coffee and cereal and some fruits!
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divaqueenie said...

I would use Stevia to sweeten my coffee, and sprinkle on fruit.

Bacallsmom said...

I would get my husband to use it in his iced tea instead of the mounds of sugar he is using now. Thanks for the chance to win.

Hil'Lesha said...

I would use it in Ice Tea. :)

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llinda29 said...

I would use it on strawberries

wendy said...

I would use it in my iced tea.

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clc408 said...

I would use it in my hot and iced teas. Thanks!

susan said...

I would use it for the bread pudding! mmm

Nicole D. said...

I would bring it to work to use in my coffee. Thanks!

Brenda said...

I would use Stevia in my tea. (Gave up soda a while back...)

susanstewart said...

I'm hoping to minimize my sugar intake for my New Year's Resolution. This would help tremendously!

susanstewart said...

I'm going to try to go sugar free in 2010. This would help tremendously.

elizabeth p said...

I would use it in my tea, my husbands coffee and my kids cereal. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

Theron said...

I would experiment with adding Stevia to coconut macaroons. Sounds interesting!

Arla said...

I'm diabetic so this would be just the thing(I hope) I'd use it to sweeten baked goods or over cereal(hot and cold) as I like cream of wheat cereal and for my drinks, like ice tea and lemonade.

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Arla said...

I'm diabetic so this would be just the thing(I hope) I'd use it to sweeten baked goods or over cereal(hot and cold) as I like cream of wheat cereal and for my drinks, like ice tea and lemonade.

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Arla said...

Would like to use this for sweeting drinks, like lemonade and for cereals or anything else I normally use sugar in or on, thanks.

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ktgonyea said...

In my coffee.

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chromiumman said...

i'd use it for my morning cereal

ferriz said...

i drink a LOT of tea so I would use it to sweeten my tea!

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ferriz said...

i would love to try the peanutbutter cookies!

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Deborah said...

I'd use it in hot tea, iced tea, home-made cocoa mix and in baking.

andersonann48 said...

I would use it to sweeten my breakfast cereal along with my morning cup of coffee.
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Lisa said...

I use it in my coffee. Thanks!

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Lisa said...

The GINGER COOKIES recipe looks good.

Heather said...

I take the yellow stuff with me everywhere right now, so I can have sweet tea without the sugar. I could easily replace the yellow stuff with this. :-)

Gianna said...

I would use it in my teas :)