What type of sweetener do you use most often when you cook?
Sweet One (Ace-K)
What type of sweetener do you use most often when you cook?Poll dates: November 11 - 18, 2001
Total Votes: 698
There are many sugar substitutes available for people interested in reducing their carbohydrate intake. Most of our readers report using sugar when cooking. With carbohydrate counting, people with diabetes can eat any food, including foods made with sugar.
In the last year, the use of Splenda has more than tripled, as you can see from this table:
Product Nov 2001 Oct 2000 Sugar 50% 56% Fructose 1% 4% NutraSweet 9% 16% Saccharin 1% 2% Splenda 31% 9% Stevia 1% 1% Sugar Twin 1% 1% Sweet One (Ace-K) 1% 3% Other 3% 4%
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