iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer1923151 on Feb 25, 2011
To fatty for my taste. Haven't tried it more than once, but felt like it should only replace a small portion of the original flour I usually use. But seemed like an ok product, just not for me.
Posted by FataMorgana on May 23, 2011
I first tried the almond flour. In my country it is difficult to find. I really like this meal. I bake cookies and muffins out of this flour. They were wonderfully tasty.
Thought it would be blanched, not with the skins.
Posted by Reviewer1493931 on Jan 10, 2008
I thought this would be a blanched product, like other almond flours on the market. But it still contains the skins.
Gluten free baking!
Posted by Reviewer1990625 on Jun 26, 2009
Great for baking gluten-free recipes.
Posted by Reviewer2212746 on Nov 28, 2009
Great gluten-free, high-fiber flour substitute. I use it mixed with several other flours for a great blend.
Excellent product. :)
Posted by Reviewer1432078 on Jan 13, 2010
The product was of very good quality and tasty.
Lowest price around
Posted by Reviewer2190904 on Sep 20, 2010
Lowest price around and fewest carbs than any other flours. Better tasting than soy or oat.
Posted by Reviewer1350062 on Sep 30, 2010
I make all sorts of cookies, breads and crackers in my dehydrator and this is a great staple to have on hand. Nice and fresh.
Posted by Reviewer1686088 on Aug 14, 2010
Ordering from iherb is an economical way to buy almond flour, which tends to be pricey. It is so tasty used in baked goods in a low-carb program.
Think gluten free brownies
Posted by Reviewer2445963 on May 25, 2010
Makes a nice texture for cookies, brownies, and baked goodies