iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.37 (5% off)
Posted by Reviewer2627242 on Jul 05, 2011
This is a tasty and healthy breakfast food. For extra protein, we add vanilla protein mix which makes it creamy, especially served over fresh peaches!
1st Time Try
Posted by Reviewer2763918 on May 04, 2011
I'm glad I gave it a go. It has a nice creamy texture. Nice to try something just a bit different from your usual hot cereal and of course, so good for you.
Delicious breakfast cereal!
Posted by Reviewer1942804 on Apr 30, 2011
I eat this almost every morning, it cooks on the stove in about 3 minutes. I add cinnamon, some raisins, fresh fruit and milk. No need for additional sugar unless you want to add a little honey.
Posted by Reviewer1729995 on Apr 21, 2011
Great stuff, I just add water and stevia to sweeten it, but it's naturally sweet so I sometimes forego the stevia.
Excellent for warding off pre-diabetes - full of soluble fiber
Posted by Reviewer2905303 on Apr 05, 2011
Good, healthy food. Prepare using half milk and half water. Once cooked, stir in vanilla stevia or Slimsweet (lo han)and maple flavoring. Can be cooked ahead of time and eaten later at room temperature as a snack food.
Easy to use and filling too
Posted by Reviewer2027897 on Mar 04, 2011
A little goes a long way. This is an easy to use wheat/gluten-free breakfast cereal, recommended by my nutritionist
Best hot cereal ever
Posted by CoolinArizona on Feb 25, 2011
I was looking for something new in hot cereals and came across Bob's Red Mill Buckwheat. Although it says wheat, it is wheat free and gluten free. I was pleasantly surprised that it is so delicious and has the most creamy texture almost like tapioca pudding. Another great plus is that it is a great source of protein. My niece has given it to her 2 yr old who needs more protein as she isn't eating much meat these days and it was a big hit. Has become my new favorite hot cereal.
tastes great, fresh, wholesome
Posted by Reviewer2344847 on Dec 30, 2010
Glad I've added this into my diet as I need to have more gluten free alternatives to rice. It's easy to make, nutritious, with a bit of fiber. It is coarse enough that would like to try making a gluten free granola with this.
My favorite gluten free breakfast
Posted by eattothrive on Dec 22, 2010
I cook this with coconut milk and add hemp protein powder and chia seeds along with some fruit and agave and it is delicious!
Posted by Reviewer2262549 on Oct 12, 2010
Surprisingly good with maple syrup and milk.