xylitol from birch bark
Posted by Reviewer2406648 on Jul 02, 2013
I prefer xylitol from birch bark, the original way they processed it, not from corn as most of it is now for a lesser price. The packaging is smaller than previously and more costly, but since I limit my intake of sugar as we all should, I justify the additional cost as worthy to have it more pure. I just make my own herbal infusion simple syrup with it to blend with soda water. dissolves quickly in water.
Posted by Reviewer2915698 on Jul 19, 2013
I use this for recipes -- it's great, and affordable. There's no sugar "yank" but the baked goods taste great!
A very good alternative to sugar
Posted by 4758008711358699533 on Nov 25, 2013
I don't use sugar on a daily basis, and I'm very careful with sweeteners. But for some recipes, most natural sweeteners will cause a problem in texture, taste or color, and that's when birch sugar becomes really precious. That's why from now I'll always have some in my pantry.
Posted by Reviewer2535502 on Oct 30, 2014
I use it for my teeth its good quality