Quite good taste. Love that it's sprouted
Quite strong smell, but okay
I like it
This is the only psyllium husk powder I've tried, but I don't have any complains. It's great to use if you want thicker consistence to "water-like" things. I've mostly used it for baking and in pancakes. I think I will start using it in my breakfast bowl as well - to get the milk thicker.
Posted by 94Tina on May 07, 2015
Happywith this. Like the design as well.
Posted by 94Tina on Sep 30, 2012
I really like the taste of this one. It reminds me of being a kid; the taste is kind of fun, in a way. I also love, love that it's sugar free. And that fact that it has a lot of vitamins is really great.
Nothing bad to say
Posted by 94Tina on May 26, 2012
I've tried this is yoghurt and coffee so far, and I think it's great. It can probably be used in many other ways as well. If I use too much, it is a little bitter and a little unnatural, but overall I think it's a good product.
I like it
I use this several times a day; in my cereal, mixed with fruit and berries, in my coffee and tee, in yoghurt and so on. If I use too many drops the taste gets a little bitter and fake, but not so much that it gets unpleasant. Usually it gives a really nice taste.
Posted by 94Tina on Nov 09, 2012
I think almond flour is my favourite flour (at least one of them), and I can't say anything bad about this one. The packing is a little impractical compared to the one from Fun Fresh Foods, though. This one is also a little more expensive, so I think I'll go for the other one the next time, but the flour itself is good.
I really liked this product
I used this to baking, in marsipan and mixed with yoghurt. It's a great product to use for a lot of things. The taste was lovely too. I will probably buy it again if I don't find and try a similar product that I'll find even better.
Posted by 94Tina on Dec 12, 2016
Posted by 94Tina on Jan 02, 2013
This is the first coconut palm sugar I've tried, so I can't really say anything about the product, other than that it seems fine. When it goes to coconut palm sugar, it's a brown sugar with a little burnt-like smell and taste when it's raw. When I used it in baking I couldn't tell much difference in taste from normal sugar, really - except from the color.