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As you froze the base without agitating it, larger ice crystals would have formed. If you have a food processor, you may be able to rescue it by cutting it into chunks (to fit in the food processor), then whizzing it around 'til it's more like a smoothie, then re-freezing it. If you don't have a food processor, you might be able to let it thaw completely, ...


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An alternative would be to simply buy a stevia plant. It's much like mint so hard to kill, easily sourced in England (i have one in my garden which came from a local garden centre) I'm sure they must be available in America too. The leaves are so sickly sweet its unreal. I can't stand the taste but then again I'm pretty sugar free in my diet anyway so even ...


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Yes, you can cook with Stevia, and yes, you can mix it with water to make a liquid sweetener. The Hermesetas website has a few dessert recipes. For a quicky experiment into making a liquid sweetener with Stevia, I mixed nine 1 gram packets of Stevia in the Raw with 3 TBS of water and brought it to a boil. A tsp of the liquid (into which the Stevia ...



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