Natural Extract. Discussion: KAL® Pure Stevia is 100% natural stevia. Calorie free and alcohol free KAL®. Pure Stevia formulas should not adversely affect blood glucose levels in most people. KAL®. Pure Stevia formulas are lightly extracted making our formulas less bitter. Also available in powder form.
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Customer reviews for Kal Pure Stevia -- 8 fl oz
Review 1 for Kal Pure Stevia -- 8 fl oz
The BEST liquid stevia on the market!
August 3, 2013
"I've tried many liquid stevia products (and don't even waste your money on the powder, in my opinion) out there, and the KAL liquid stevia is by far the best. I'm always a little irritated that it seems to be out of stock here on Vitacost and that makes me have to buy it somewhere else, which I am loath to do since I like one stop shopping for all my supplement needs. But I am happy to see that they are now carrying the 8 oz size! WOOHOO! Now to just keep it in stock. :-)"
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Review 2 for Kal Pure Stevia -- 8 fl oz
July 30, 2013
"Best tasting stevia that I have tasted so far, a little goes a long way. It can have a bad taste if you use to much or an after taste."
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Review 3 for Kal Pure Stevia -- 8 fl oz
Best liquid stevia there is!
June 25, 2013
"There are really only 2 things about buying liquid stevia that you should look for: 1) Is it Glycerite or Extract? Glycerite is sticky & has more of an aftertaste, & will be very messy to try to take with you anywhere. It's hard to measure because so much of it sticks to the outside of the dropper. Bottle always stays sticky on the outside & it's best to just keep it in a ziplock all the time. The extract is not sticky, it's easy to measure, nice clean bottle, & it takes less to sweeten. 2) Is it alcohol free? Alcohol in it gives it an awful bitter aftertaste & makes it difficult to use in almost everything except iced tea, in my opinion. Look at the ingredients & avoid the alcohol-based extracts. Look for water-based instead & it should be great! (I usually buy the 4 oz bottles & pour into an old 2 oz bottle for my purse... cheap, but now an even cheaper option is the 8oz bottle!) VitaCost is about the cheapest place to get it when you can find it in stock. Just a quick note, if you want to use stevia powder, it doesn't really mix well with drinks-takes forever to dissolve, but a lot of people like it."