iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer3135496 on Aug 11, 2011
They say chia seeds are chia seeds, no matter where you get them. But I purchased these because of where they come from. Bob's Red Mill is a brand that has been around a very long time and having used his products in the past, I am comfortable continuing to do so. Love iHerb's prices!!!
Seems like a good price
Posted by Reviewer1137903 on Oct 17, 2011
Searched around and this seems like a good price on Chia seeds. I've used Bob's Red Mill items before and they always seem like a quality product. They usually are more expensive than other brands but the Chia seeds seemed in line with other vendor's product.
good quality, great price
Posted by Reviewer1991495 on Jun 07, 2011
again, i-herb has it fresher and cheaper than my local Whole Foods LOL
I love chia seeds
Posted by Reviewer1336110 on Apr 12, 2011
Nice amount of seeds for the low price. Will last awhile even if I do use them frequently.
Posted by Reviewer2878900 on Apr 20, 2011
I haven't tried other brands of Chia, but I have no reason to!
use this on everything
Posted by Reviewer3190906 on Apr 30, 2011
I put these on yogurt, waffles, english muffins with peanut butter... i have heard about making pudding, but havent tried it yet.
Posted by Reviewer2498458 on May 08, 2011
This was good stuff for a good price.
Posted by Reviewer2328264 on May 16, 2011
Very affordable and good quality chia seeds, will buy these again. Golden star for Bob's red mill for recepies on the back!
Posted by Reviewer1418789 on May 19, 2011
This was my first experience buying chia seeds and I took the plunge because I kept reading about the benefits of the seed and all the things you can do with them. I chose Bob's Red Mill because I use their wheat germ and love it. And I'm enjoying the chia seeds so far. I haven't done much other than add them to salads and cereal but I enjoy the added (albeit subtle) texture and flavor they bring. I will say, they tend to get stuck in your teeth, which is a bit annoying. And when they work themselves out the texture has taken on a bit of a soft, slightly chewy nature. A bit odd but not off-putting (to me at least). I will keep exploring things to do my chia seeds!
Posted by Reviewer2981997 on Jun 01, 2011
I add these to smoothies or yoghurt or just eat a spoonful as such. A good natural source of omega 3