Who invented artificial sweetener?

Answer The world's first artificial sweetener was saccharin. It was first discovered in 1879 by researchers at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. This low-calorie sweetener revolutionized the food-pro... Read More »

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How to Choose an Artificial Sweetener?

Artificial sweeteners are sweet and taste similar to sugar, but they have some very distinct differences from sugar in taste and function. Using artificial sweeteners can help cut unnecessary dieta... Read More »

Is cellulose gum an artificial sweetener?

Cellulose gum is not an artificial sweetener. Rather, it is an additive used to increase bulk, thicken, emulsify or stabilize food, according to GSFA Online. Cellulose gum can appear in a variety o... Read More »

Can you replace packed brown sugar with an artificial sweetener?

On One Hand: Traditional SubstitutionA well-known substitution for brown sugar in a recipe is 1 cup of white sugar plus 1.5 tablespoons of molasses for light brown sugar, or 1/4 cup for dark brown ... Read More »

Which artificial sweetener or sugar substitute tastes most like real sugar?

I wish I could find one as well and with a sweet tooth I don't think any compare to sugar.I think it is a question of getting used to one of them.Sugaryll is probably the only one I really like.