Does agave go bad?

Answer Noted for its low glycemic index, agave is a sweetener made from the blue agave cactus. Agave expires in about three years, but agave producers recommend storing it no longer than two years for fre... Read More »

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What is raw agave?

Many on a raw diet have gravitated toward hard-to-find raw agave, derived from the agave plant native to Mexico. There are several uses for raw agave, including to make tequila, and agave nectar is... Read More »

What is an agave?

Agave plants are a variety of desert succulents which originated in the arid regions of the Southern United States, Mexico and Central America. They are grown for their edible uses and for decorati... Read More »

Does agave spoil?

Agave syrup, a nectar drawn from the agave plant, is a natural sweetener that is used in recipes that call for sugar or honey. Luckily, unlike sugar and honey, agave does not spoil, nor does it cry... Read More »

Is agave alkaline?

The agave plant is alkaline, according to Agave is considered one of the most alkaline plants and its nectar is commonly used as a natural alternative to sugar or other sweeteners.S... Read More »