iHerb Customer Reviews
I'm still on the fence about Chia Seeds
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by ReviewsByMe on Apr 07, 2014
These are so much cheaper on here on iherb than in the health food stores in Singapore for the same brand. A lot people outside North America would agree, iherb is a real value in terms of savings. Im new to the chia seed hype and honestly I can tolerate them (I don't sense they have any taste) but I find the sensation of the seeds getting stuck like glue on the gum line an irritant. Don't go out without checking your smile in the mirror.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by 5146061784892738088 on May 01, 2014
I love Chia seeds, and this package was really good quality!!!
Meets all the criteria of "good"
Posted by Reviewer2099937 on Jul 27, 2014
It good for you, it's "lower" carbon footprint in theory because it is from the US. It's organic, etc.
As good as any brand
Posted by Reviewer1438643 on Dec 01, 2014
I have tried different brands of chia seeds and I think they all taste the same. I have not found a difference between the various brands. Garden of Life is expensive for such a small pack but I guess it is because it is organic.
Great for desserts for low-carbers
Posted by 4999934268950536368 on Jan 23, 2015
Great to support low-carbers. I like to make a pudding with almond milk, almond essence and sweetener, very simple and a good substitute to the chinese almond milk jelly(annin-tafu).