iHerb Customer Reviews
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So glad iHerb carries this.
Posted by Reviewer2271257 on Feb 17, 2015
It is no longer available at the two stores where I used to buy it. I use it for grain salads -- anything that calls for a whole grain (wheat berries, barley, etc.) -- and it makes them very special. (My favorite -- with scallions, walnuts, blood oranges, dried cranberries and a tangerine dressing.)
Posted by Reviewer2346644 on Jun 10, 2014
It was a good mixture to add when I cook some rice.
Love this stuff!
Posted by Reviewer2280320 on Apr 03, 2012
This is awesome and delicious. They have loads of recipe ideas on the Kashi website as well. I love making this with some cranberries and topping with roasted sweet potato and chickpeas with cinnamon and nutmeg. Really yummy and filling!
Grains for breakfast
Posted by Reviewer2551301 on Jan 07, 2012
I don't cook this product the way it says on the label. I put a few tablespoons in a sealed thermos container and cover with unfiltered apple juice, and then leave it on the kitchen counter for 24 hours. I have the uncooked whole grains for breakfast every morning. It's incredibly nutritious and it's my favorite meal of the day. Highly recommended!
Posted by Reviewer2276980 on Dec 22, 2011
Tasty and nice texture.
Kashi 7 Whole Grain Pilaf
Posted by Reviewer1328968 on Dec 05, 2011
My husband and I both love the Kashi 7 Whole Grain Pilaf for a side dish or even just a meal by itself. When using as a meal, we put some cheese in it after it is cooked, which makes it very tasty.
Posted by Reviewer2447454 on Oct 12, 2011
Very healthy and taste great as well!
Quality Product with Affordable Price
Posted by Reviewer1001541 on Jul 21, 2011
Cooked in rice cooker and serves with fish curry. Yummy!
Posted by Reviewer2467468 on Jul 12, 2011
Great tasting, versatile, packaged in a handy size. Chewy goodness! I boil it for a few minutes, turn off the heat and let set for an hour or even overnight. I then cook for 5 more minutes later. You can do this at night and cook the next morning if you are eating it for breakfast. (Saves energy.) (I know I'm crazy but sometimes I like to eat this Kashi like a hot breakfast cereal with raisins, cinnamon and milk!) Also great as salad-y side dish: cukes, tomatoes, purple onions, etc with a vinaigrette dressing of your choice.
Posted by Reviewer1660437 on Apr 07, 2011
I live in rural South Texas and can never find this product, which I grew to love years ago. So glad to be able to find it again