What is blue agave nectar?

Answer Blue agave nectar is a food product derived from the sap of the blue agave plant. It is typically bottled in Mexico and sold around the world as a general sweetener.OriginsBlue agave nectar has bee... Read More »

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Blue Agave Plant Information?

The blue agave plant was introduced to Europe and described as the type for genus agave in 1753 by Swedish scientist Carolus Linnaeus. It is an extremely hardy plant that grows so large and is so s... Read More »

How do you remove a large blue agave from the ground?

You have to found the roots, are not very strong, take care not to break it, after that, pull strong to take it away; you can replant the agave again, just be careful whit the water, the first two ... Read More »

In blue deaper syndrome a baby's urine turns blue in its diapers following the administration of oral tryptophan what causes the blue pigment indigo to appear?

I did not find any but there are imposters such as a fruit flavoured Bologna shaped gum and an Italian Meatball shaped Gum. The Inuit of the North chew on whale and seal blubber which is fat, and a... Read More »

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 »