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We have received and given edible arrangements and have loved them. You cant go wrong with them

Paramus NJ
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My hubby uses a brand called Florida sugar crystals. It is raw sugar so it is brown. He says it has a maple flavor, to it.

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Corpus Christi TX
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I've received and given Edible Arrangements. They are usually very, very nice...especially the strawberries dipped in chocolate...yummy!

Vero Beach FL
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If we can not use real sugar we will go without. I do not trust any new sweetener that is put out. Funny, when you start going without it, you learn not to miss it.

Augusta NJ
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We use mostly stevia. It is sweeter than regular sugar. Healthier and will not spike blood sugars.

Q) Can Stevia replace artificial sweeteners in the diet?

A) Yes! I do not believe that humans should consume anything artificial in their diets. Stevia offers a safe, all-natural, alternative to these "toxic time-bombs." And industrial usage in Japan proves that this substitution is both practical and economical.

Q) How many calories are in Stevia?

A) Virtually none. And the refined Stevia extracts are considered to be non-caloric.

Q) Will Stevia raise my blood sugar levels?

A) Not at all. In fact, according to some research, it may actually lower blood sugar levels. However, this research has yet to be confirmed and contradictory results make any conclusions premature.

Q) Can I use Stevia if I am diabetic?

A) Diabetes is a medical condition which should be monitored and treated by a qualified physician or health care practitioner. However, Stevia can be a part of a healthy diet for anyone with blood sugar problems since it does not raise blood sugar levels. If in doubt, ask your doctor.

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Gina,, off topic,,But I gota say OMG You have nice tits :) Meant in a respectful way..

Mickey.

Bullard TX
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rdy, isn't a cheese hamburger a cheeseburger?

I hear what you're saying. Went to diabetes education classes this summer and it was mostly about carbs. Nothing is "bad" or "good," just got to know what's going to affect you most, how, and in moderation. Some things ARE better than others for me, it's just learning to listen to my own body and know what's best for me.

Thanks, Gina

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We had fresh deer sausage in a gravy,,and chicken stew with home made cream potatos, Ya talk about AWSOME :0)

Mickey.

Bullard TX
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I know you cannot speak of it in detail...but I do hope your patient is okay.

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Popcorn and a pretzel.

What? I took my daughter to meet a friend and that's all they had!

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