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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
4/5February 10, 2009
Reviewer: Cindy in Kansas
* I like this in my tea. 1-2 drops is enough, but when I made a SF cheesecake with it, the amount needed to make it mildly sweet left an aftertaste. I also had some Fiberfit from Netrition which is also liquid Splenda with fiber so I used that on a second SF cheesecake and I liked it better. More like sugar. I will continue to use EZ Sweetz as it is easy to carry in my purse but as long as you know there is a limit as to how sweet you can get something before it turns bitter. I feel Fiberfit is a better product as you can really sweeten something up without bitterness. Problem is the bottle is too big to carry in your purse so you do need both.
* Hi I have been using this product for a long time and feel it's a great product. However i just received my large (for home) and my small (for traveling) and the amount of the liquid is coming out way too fast over sweetening my coffees etc. I hope that this a fluke and they return to bottles that comes out slowly enough to regulate the amount as it is soooooo condensed. Thanks!!!!
* Tastes just like Splenda without the bitterness of the maltodextrin (or the hidden carbs), so that's a huge plus! And a little goes a very long way.
The only issues I had are things that most people figure out after using liquid sweeteners. It's hard to measure, for a couple of reasons. First off, there are two different strengths, so when a recipe gives you a measurement or drop number, you may be getting the wrong strength. Secondly, it's hard to get an accurate measurement when a couple of drops can be the difference between too bitter or too sweet.
My best advice, use this in your morning coffee, or to sweeten plain yogurt. Use something granular in recipes.