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I bake a firm coffee dunking cookie that has a shelf life of 8 months or more. I altered this recipe, using stevia, for a diabetic friend. The cookies taste great and my friend really appreciates their only slightly sweet taste. My problem is that these cookies turn green and furry in less than a month. Looks like a mold. Anyone ever seen this problem? Know how to fix it?<br><br><br><br>
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i think it might happen becuase sugar is a preservative agent- so without it ... you won't get the preserving effect? you could get your friend to keep her cookies in the freezer, maybe, in ziplock bags, and take them out and let them warm up for use a few at a time, perhaps?
 
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