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 Can one cut out sugar from tea and coffee entirely?

Answer Well, I used to drink them with sugar until I decided at around the age of 14 to taste coffee without sugar. My initial decision was to use the absolutely perfect amount of sugar by gradually addin... Read More »
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Can powdered sugar be used as sweetner/sugar in coffee?

Powdered sugar is actually a 50/50 mixture of powdered (finely ground) sugar and cornstarch. While you could use it for a sweetener in coffee it might also change the texture and if you use enough ... Read More »
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Is the coffee mate for coffee better than sugar?

coffee mate is used to replace milk not sugar, sweetener is good as a replacement for sugar but I would recommend the stellar leaf sugar because of its sweetness you only need half as much as norma... Read More »
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Name of the first railroad built entirely across the United States from PA to CA (I think)?

The way you asked the question the answer would be no one railroad ever built completely across the United States. Even the misnamed Transcontinental was built by two railroads. All of the Transco... Read More »
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