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Old Sat, Dec-10-16, 12:56
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I got a jug of this because I wanted to make something that required it... I haven't made that item and am not sure if I will because after looking at the recipe, it was kind of a pain, hahaha.

So what can I use this in... thoughts? any experience with it? I was thinking I could use it in asian recipes that ask for honey or have a sticky-sweet type of thing going on.
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I think that's the sweetener they use in quest bars. Maybe you can look up quest bar recipes.
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