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    homemade oil mix and sugar substitutes

    Hi has anyone made homemade frylite and if so oil to water ratios please? And also I have no wish too use sweetener can some one tell me a good natural alternative please

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    Not sure about the home made frylight- I started sw in march and have only just had to buy my second bottle. I know its quite expensive but it has lasted well.
    My OH is not keen on artificial sweetener so tends to use honey and syn it. You could use maple/golden syrup or use cooking methods/ingredients that naturally sweeten- roasting carrots, parsnips, sweet potatoes and peppers makes them lovely and sweet. Choosing sweeter fruits- bananas, ripe berries etc? Xx
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    I don't use Frylight because I find it makes a mess of my pans and utensils. I use a pure olive oil spray - not syn-free but the taste and cooking results are so much better that to my mind it is definitely worth it.

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    Oil and water don't mix so there must be a bit more to it than that I think.
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    You could try any Stevia product for a natural sweetner, personally I find the aftertaste a bit nasty so don't use it but you may think differently

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