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[Latin Name] Stevia rebaudiana [Plant Source]from China [Specifications] 1.Stevia Extract Powder (Steviosides) Total Steviol Glycosides 80%, 90%, 95% 2. Rebaudioside-A Rebaudioside-A 40%, 60%, 80%, 90%, 95%, 98% 3. Stevioside 90% One monomer in Steviol Glycosides [Appearance] Fine white powder Plant Part Used:Leaf [Particle size] 80 Mesh [Loss on drying] ≤5.0% [Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM [Shelf life] 24 Months [Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. [Net weight] 25kgs/drum Ste...
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[Latin Name] Stevia rebaudiana
[Plant Source]from China
[Specifications] 1.Stevia Extract Powder (Steviosides)
Total Steviol Glycosides 80%, 90%, 95%
Rebaudioside-A 40%, 60%, 80%, 90%, 95%, 98%
3. Stevioside 90%
One monomer in Steviol Glycosides
[Appearance] Fine white powder
Plant Part Used:Leaf
[Particle size] 80 Mesh
[Loss on drying] ≤5.0%
[Heavy Metal] ≤10PPM
[Shelf life] 24 Months
[Package] Packed in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside.
[Net weight] 25kgs/drum
Stevia sugar features high sweetness and low calorie and its sweetness is 200 350 times of that of cane sugar but its calorie is only 1/300 of that of cane sugar.
The component of stevia extract that gives it its sweetness is a mixture of various steviol glycosides. The components of sweetness in stevia leaves are stevioside, rebaudioside A, C, D, E and dulcoside A. Rebaudioside C, D, E and dulcoside A are small in quantity. The principal components are stevioside and rebaudioside A.
The quality of stevioside and rebaudiosideA is better than those of other components, which are commercially extracted and used in various applications.
The steviol glycosides present in stevia extract are referred to as “steviosides” or ¡°stevia extract¡±. Among these “steviosides”, the most common is Stevioside followed by RebaudiosideA. The Stevioside has a slight and pleasant herbal taste and the Rebaudioside-A has no herbal taste.
Although Rebaudioside C and dulcoside A are small in quantity in stevia extract, they are the major components giving bitter aftertaste.
A large number of pharmaceutical tests have proved that stevia sugar has no side effects, carcinogens, and is safe for eating.
Compared with cane sugar, it can save 70% of the cost. With pure white color, pleasing taste and no peculiar smell, Stevia sugar is a new sugar source with broad perspective for development. Stevia rebaudianum sugar is the natural low hotsweet agent mostly similar to the flavor of cane sugar, approved to be used by State Ministry of Health and Ministry of Light Industry.
It is the third natural succedaneum of cane sugar and beet sugar with development and health care value, extracted from the leaves of the herbal vegetable of the composite family-stevia rebaudianum.
This is how I do it. You don’t need to do it this way you can do it like the directions below if you want.
You probably don’t have a good vacuum chamber at home, but you almost certainly have a refrigerator. If you don’t mind waiting a week you can experiment with freeze drying at home using your freezer.
For this experiment you will need a tray, preferably one that is perforated. If you have something like a cake-cooling rack or a metal mesh tray that is perfect. You can use a cookie sheet or a plate if that is all that you have, but the experiment will take longer.
Now you will need something to freeze dry. Three good candidates are apples, potatoes and carrots (Apples have the advantage that they taste OK in their freeze-dried state). With a knife, cut your apple, potato and/or carrot as thin as you can (try all three if you have them…). Paper thin if you can do it. The thinner you cut, the less time the experiment will take. Then arrange your slices on your rack or tray and put them in the freezer. You want to do this fairly quickly, or your potato and/or apple slices will discolor.
In half an hour look in on your experiment. The slices should be frozen solid.
Over the next week look in on your slices. What will happen is that the water in the slices will sublimate away. That is the water in the slices will convert straight from solid water to water vapor, never going through the liquid state (this is the same thing that mothballs do, going straight from a solid to a gaseous state – mothballs are the only thing in a normal person’s life that sublimate naturally). After a week or so (depending on how cold your freezer is and how thick the slices are) your slices will be completely dry. To test apple or potato slices for complete drying, take one slice out and let it thaw. It will turn black almost immediately if it is not completely dry.
When all of the slices are completely dry, what you have is freeze-dried apples, potatoes and carrots. You can “reconstitute” them by putting the slices in a cup or bowl and adding a little boiling water (or add cold water and microwave.) Apples you can eat in their dried state, or you can reconstitute. What you will notice is that the reconstituted vegetables look and taste pretty much like the original! That is why freeze drying is a popular preservation technique.
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