iHerb Customer Reviews
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Whole Grain Teff Flour
Posted by Reviewer1583487 on Jan 12, 2009
This flour makes very delicious muffins. I am sensitive to wheat, so I try to find other alternatives that taste good. I've also used this for cookies, but that hasn't been as successful as the muffins. The recipe is on the bag.
Posted by Reviewer1630454 on Mar 08, 2009
Was deliver in a great time and was a very good flour would recommed this site to everone looking for this kind of product.
Posted by Reviewer1676014 on Dec 21, 2007
These make incredible almond or cashew butter gluten free cookies! It is also a high protein grain!
Posted by Reviewer1952535 on Aug 24, 2008
I do not know much about teff flour and was uncertain as to which brand to buy. I'm very satisfied with the product. I've made quite a bit of inerja with it and it tastes just like how they make it in the restaurants. I would highly recommend it.
Posted by Reviewer1002441 on Nov 11, 2008
tried in a cake, better for bread, texture is nice.
Good for gluten free cookies
Posted by Reviewer2344847 on Jan 07, 2011
I mix with coconut oil, rice syrup, etc. to make a great gluten free cookies. It is easier on the digestive system than rice flour and doesn't require a lot of sweeteners like other grains that tend to be bitter.
Posted by juliaheis on Dec 05, 2011
I think this is a good teff flour, but we found that we just don't particularly care for the strong flavor. Mixed with other gluten free flours, and especially baked goods with flavorings like cinnamon, carob, etc., it is probably not bad at all.
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Posted by holahola on Sep 15, 2011
Taste good, will buy again.
Love Teff flour!
Posted by eattothrive on Jun 28, 2012
Very high in iron and fiber and excellent for PB cookies!