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.
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.
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Posted by Reviewer1479485 on Jan 05, 2009
My mom uses this to add to her oat flour recipes, I think it adds nutrients that aren't present is oat flour , she enjoyed it fully!
Posted by Reviewer1002441 on Nov 11, 2008
tried in a cake, better for bread, texture is nice.
Posted by Reviewer1679078 on Mar 13, 2008
This made a good whole grain bread when mixed with bread flour. iHerb was one of the few places that actually sold this flour. It arrived in good condition and within a few days of being ordered.