Stevia Extract

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Detailed instructions on how to make stevia extract from leaves.

how to make stevia extract

About a month ago I posted about making stevia powder from a couple of stevia plants I nurtured all summer. Some folks commented that the powder can have an aftertaste, and encouraged me to make extract. It took me a little while, but I finally did it. I like both the powder and the extract, but agree that the extract is a little smoother.

I posted my recipe for it here on Andrew Wilder’s blog, Eating Rules, as part of his October Unprocessed Series. I encourage you all to go on over to read it, but more importantly to look at the rest of the series and think of ways you can eat unprocessed for the rest of the month. Even if you only come up with one new way to eat unprocessed that you can take forward past the end of the month, it’s well worth it!

 

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