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It is found in most health food store or in the "health" dept. in your grocery store. I might even be in the baking dept. as there are a lot of stevia products being developed now. But I don't trust most of them as often they are highly processed.
It comes in different flavors (choc. vanilla)
Here's what I buy; works for all my sweetening needs.
It's NOT the same as sugar and can't be used straight across as a substitute in baking. There are other stevia products for that.
Put "stevia" in the search field and you will get more varieties of stevia products
I cannot find the Stevia extract!! Where do you get it?
It's clean if it is organic. Of course I don't know exactly what you are looking for in "clean". Coconut sugar is sugar plain and simple. It might not be as processed as a typical refined table sugar so that's a little plus. But as far as raising blood sugar its...well, a sugar. To me, the best sugar to use for sweetening is raw, unfiltered honey because it is the least refined and/or processed by human hands. But even honey is STILL sugar.
If you want to cut down on sugar try liquid organic stevia extract. 3 or 4 drops in your tea works great!
Does anyone know if coconut sugar is considered clean? just curious because I saw it at my grocery store and thought I'd try it out if it is clean. Thanks.