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I am always trying to use less sweeteners than recommended on the occasions that I bake.
Very surprising to find that 1 tsp. of the glycerine has 22 calories and the agave has only 20.
Now I get the glycerin as a diamond in my SWAMI and the agave as a super beneficials.

But, I believe that the glycerin metabolizes quite differently in the body and that the liver is not affected. Anyone have any thoughts about this? Thanks.  
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I don t count calories......

glycerine has been my sweetener of choice

then comes molasses and right behind comes agave


make sure nothing is added and your sources are pure

I am however needing less and less as I get older....

sometimes I simply forget to add a dab of glycerine in my tea......freedom!!!! ha


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I keep meaning to get some vegetable glycerine, what are some good brands of the stuff.


can yo make your own?


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This ROCKS!!! I've used it for years after trying many other Stevia's:

http://www.iherb.com/Now-Foods-BetterStevia-Glycerite-Alcohol-Free-8-fl-oz-237-ml/861
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can yo make your own?


call a chemist.....it is good ole glycerol


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