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  • v PEACE_
    We share a birth month . . . but I'm a year (& 2 wks) ahead of you!

    I think we're both on the right track, glad to share the journey.

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    1954 days ago
  • v TRIGFROST
    Just stopped by to say-- I haven't forgot you... emoticon
    1977 days ago
  • v RUSSELLORAMA
    Thanks for adding me! I'm glad my goals are in line with yours. It makes accountability that much easier!
    2040 days ago
  • v LEONALIONESS
    Hi there!

    Yes, stevia is totally natural. I refuse to use artificial sweeteners (most are animal tested, for one) and wouldn't ever suggest it in a recipe. Stevia is a plant, like sugarcane, that just happens to be non-caloric.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stevia

    I like the NuNaturals drops. They have less of an aftertaste, IMO. I usually hate the aftertaste of stevia. It tastes like aspartame (only NOT manmade and awful) to me. The NuNaturals don't have the icky bitterness.

    You can always also use a small amount of cane or beet sugar, drop a date into your tofu pudding or add banana to sweeten without stevia. :) Your choice!
    2227 days ago
  • v LIV2RIDE
    Welcome to the Living A Vegan Lifestyle team. Eating a vegan diet helps with all sorts of illnesses and diseases. I hope that you find the way of eating as enjoyable as I do. It's great that you have a lot of support. Look for great recipes and be willing to try stuff you never thought you would like. I used to be very picky (and not in a good way), now I eat any veg or fruit you put in front of me. Let us know how we can help!

    Kelly
    2229 days ago
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