is agave nectar a good sub for honey ?

in deep conditions i mean. im a vegan so i dont use honey and im curious
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I have used it to substitute honey in my FSG and it works just as great, I used Light Agave Nectar and reduced the amount I put in just in case my hair rebelled against it ... next time I will try adding a little more.

Because Agave Nectar comes from a succulent plant I'm guessing it has the same moisturising and humidity control as honey ... if you are hesitant try adding less then you would normally have in your DT.
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Yes. Agave is good as well as coconut sugar

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I'm also vegan and i've found that agave works well but brown rice syrup or maple syrup (the real kind... pricey, i know) works very very well for me.
I'm also vegan and i've found that agave works well but brown rice syrup or maple syrup (the real kind... pricey, i know) works very very well for me.
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