Recipe Directions

1. Pour boiling water over 1 teaspoon of stevia. Adjust to your taste.

2. Stir and let stand until cool. This liquid will turn a rich dark green as it steeps. Remember, if you're using a whole leaf powder, it won't dissolve. Rather it will act more like tea leaves do.

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By Suede_Hills

If you are tired of eating that processed White Stevia that is sold in the stores, but don't know how to use the Green Leaf Stevia, here is our recipe for the Stevia Sweet Water.

It can be used in cooking and to sweeten drinks!

Adding a teaspoon or a tablespoon of the liquid is a great way to add something sweet to your coffee, tea, hot cocoa, iced tea, or just to give plain water a boost!

 

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Green Leaf "Stevia Liquid"
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The leaves are dried in our greenhouse. When we make our stevia liquid we consume the leaves in the mixture as well. Yes we consider our leaves raw because everything is done naturally on our farm. The leaves are picked by hand, stripped by hand, and then left in our greenhouse to dry.

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The leaves are dried in our greenhouse. When we make our stevia liquid we consume the leaves in the mixture as well. Yes we consider our leaves raw because everything is done naturally on our farm. The leaves are picked by hand, stripped by hand, and then left in our greenhouse to dry.

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