Best Vegan Sugars

by LyNel
(Como, Co., USA)

Would you research on the best vegan sugars for us? They are using GMO sugar beets. So much for raw sugar. Agave has high fructose corn syrup and is way too over-processed to be good for us. Splenda is half beet sugar and half Stevia. Truvia is full of chemicals you can taste. Stevia doesn't taste good at all.

I wouldn't rely on Whole Foods anything. They just sold me GMO Soy Beans. I called them to complain and all they could say is, "Soooo sorry, we do the best we can. our 365 Brand is all GMO's." So all it takes is lots of money to shop there.

Can you tell us anything about Dr. Oz's Mangosteen? That is supposed to be sweet. How would we get it? Of course we can only get it twice a year and that's if we live in the tropics or have LOTS of money. What can you tell us about IMO the sweet potato from Japan? I think it's a purple thing. Again that's a Dr. Oz thing.

I think we vegans have to forget sugar if we don't want to eat pesticides in a modified protein form and line Monsanto's pockets.

I just built a page on vegan sugars to help answer your question.

It can be very frustrating to find out more and more about how the food industry continues to betray us, however, it's good to be informed. All you can do is just keep trying your best to eat according to your beliefs.

I am not informed about mangosteen, but perhaps another reader can help answer that question for you.

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