Saturday, November 28, 2015

Magic Shoes

Those boxes are still haunting us. But today (you can't see me but I just sat up a little taller and puffed out my chest), we finish the job.

The answer to Friday's Question: Stevia powder extract, grown & harvested in Paraguay, South America and manufactured in the USA by a family owned business. The stevia is UNCUT, as in ZERO fillers and I love it. Love it.

Okay, Tim's back from the post with my new herbal medicine. Which means, time for me to get offline and put on my magic shoes.

16 comments:

  1. Glad I didn't try to guess that stevia powder!

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    1. I still award you on kilo of dried boogers. Because you know, everyone wins something.

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  2. I have never tried Stevia.

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    1. I've been using it for awhile now but ONLY pure extract. No fillers. There's a lot of 'stevia' products on the market that are total piss.

      This year though, the plan is to grow my own herb. And then I'll get to taste the stevia leaf straight from my own land.

      Did you have a nice Saturday meal? We're having Lamb for our Sunday roast, tomorrow.

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  3. I haven't tried Stevia. I guess I don't know a whole lot about it.

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    1. There's a lot of crap on the shelves, mostly crap on the shelves. Cut, stuff. Aftertaste. Vile.

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    1. The store was out of those, so I had to go with green elf shoes.

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  5. Glad Stevia works for you! Not personally a fan but whatever floats your foodie boat.

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    1. No doubt. There's a lot of crap 'stevia' on the shelf as well as in products. Vile stuff.

      Happy Christmas.

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  6. I found I didn't like the taste of stevia, but like you said there are too many crap products out there. I grew stevia two summers ago and that worked out better. Glad I didn't guess China white the other day!

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    1. I know, what is with the crap at the stores? Oh my gosh, tastes horrible. Yet, it's jumping off the baking shelves in bagfulls. YUCK!

      Cannot wait to grow my own little green herbal. Very cool that you did that. Did you bake with it?

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  7. I use stevia regularly and I'm fine with it. But I'd love to know which brand you buy; maybe there's a better one I haven't tried yet. You are my last stop of the day. I always save the best for last :) I've been really low key all weekend. Hopefully tomorrow I'm more energized. Okay, maybe this isn't the last stop 'cause I see you have one more post. Off I go to see that before I shut down...

    Oh, and I love your drawing in this post. So cool!

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  8. I have used stevia in the past but to be honest, I can't get used to the taste! I'm sure that's a very bad thing because it means that my body is probably addicted to the bad white stuff but I do have some in my kitchen. I should try to use it again. Love your shoes :-)))

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  9. I wouldn't have known that.

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  10. Well now I know ... and I didn't guess right ... but never mind.

    All the best Jan

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