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I have a recipe asking for Agave Nectar, can I use honey instead?

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You can use honey, though its glycemic index is a lot higher (bad for diabetics and calorie-counters). You can also use maple, brown-rice, or corn syrup; honey will give a better taste that more closely approximates agave nectar however.

Source, and more info: http://www.allaboutagave.com/agave-vs-liquid.php Some would disagree that honey closely approximates the taste of agave nectar. To my palate, agave nectar is a mellower taste than honey, more like maple syrup; honey is more "warming," more intense than agave nectar.

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