Keystone Pantry Non-GMO Allulose Powder, Bulk 20lb, Low Calorie, Zero Net Carb, Keto, Diabetic Paleo Friendly Natural Sugar Sweetener No Sugar Alcohol Soy Free Gluten Free Kosher-Parve Sugar Free
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- Non-GMO Allulose Natural Rare Sugar Sweetener 20 lb box
- Low-Calorie Sugar Substitute, Gluten-free, Vegan, Kosher Pareve, Diabetic-Friendly, Sugar Alcohol Free, Supports Weight Loss, Does not have an impact on blood sugar levels. zero glycemic index Allulose is 70% the sweetness of regular sugar. and a fraction of the sweetness of ultra high manufactured sweeteners. GMO free (IGEN tested 9542018)
- Allulose is not metabolized by the body so the 3 grams of carbohydrates per serving are not absorbed.
- Larger amount perfect for bakers who are familiar with allulose characteristics. Packed in 20 lb double bags.
- Because of FDA policy changes the 3g of added sugar on the nutritional label is the allulose. Keystone Pantry Allulose products contain 100% allulose unlike others.
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Keystone Pantry Non-GMO Allulose Natural Rare Sugar Sweetener 20 lb box Gluten-free, Vegan, Kosher Pareve Packed 20 lb in double bags packed in side of a box. Low-Calorie Sugar Substitute Natural Rare Sugar Sweetener 21 calories per 100 grams only 1 calories per teaspoon. Allulose is not as sweet as regular sugar. Low-Calorie Sugar Substitute, Gluten-free, Vegan, Kosher Pareve, Diabetic-Friendly, Sugar Alcohol Free, Supports Weight Loss, Does not have an impact on blood sugar levels. zero glycemic index Product Description Allulose is a rare sugar, meaning that it is naturally occurring in natural products. It is an ultra low calorie sugar with only 1 calorie per teaspoon. It has the same bulk and browning characteristics as white sugar but almost none of the calories. When used in baking it will brown faster than sugar so may require a slightly lower cooking temperature. GMO free (IGEN tested 9542018) Ingredients Non-GMO Allulose
Non-GMO Allulose. Gluten Free.
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To clear up any misconceptions, Allulose is not a sugar alcohol (such as Erythritol or Xylitol), and it's not an artificial sweetener (like Splenda, Equal, Sweet and Low), also it is not toxic to animals (unlike Xylitol which is fatal in even small doses). Allulose is a rare natural sugar. If you've ever eaten a fig, or raisins, you've eaten Allulose, even if in just a minuscule amount, as it occurs naturally in nature, just in very small quantities.
Now onto the review. Allulose is great! I eat it all the time. I LOVE caramel, and unlike Sugar Alcohol's, this actually caramelizes!! I make caramelized pecans, with cinnamon and smoked paprika. This allows me to basically eat sugar coated pecans day and night with almost no guilt. This sugar also makes an awesome peanut brittle with the addition of some baking soda.
As I often need Powdered Sugar, I take about 4 cups of Allulose, and put it into my handy-dandy blender and about 6 minutes later I have all the powdered sugar I could ask for.
You can also turn this into a clear syrup. 4 cups of allulose to one cup of water, makes a great "corn syrup".
This tastes almost like sugar, if not quite as sweet. When using it to bake or cook, I cannot tell the difference between Allulose and table sugar.
There should not be any gastrointestinal discomfort with this product, because it's just sugar. However, everyone is different. I have eaten pounds of this stuff, and never had any problems with gut pain, or any loose stools.
There is one HUGE difference between Allulose and table sugar. Just as humans cannot metabolize Allulose, neither can yeast. So you cannot use Allulose to proof yeast breads. This is a real bummer.
Overall this deal on twenty pounds of Allulose is amazing, especially if you are on the Atkins or Keto diets. If you are an avid chef, or love to bake, this sugar will last 3 months at least. If you cook less often, this could easily last at least a year. I give this product a strong BUY rating.
Give this product a try, and indulge in no calorie sweetness!
The seller has also greatly improved the shipping method. The first time I purchased it, allulose arrived in a box too large for the quantity in a heavy plastic bag that had opened during shipment. (Think messy and wasted allulose!) This time, it was double bagged and in a box that just fit the product size. This allowed the package to arrive undamaged and I appreciate the extra effort.
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