iHerb Customer Reviews
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Very useful, if not like real liquid soymilk.
Posted by Reviewer1236024 on Apr 12, 2012
If this powder can make soymilk as yummy as the soymilk you can buy at the store, I've yet to find the right ratio or method. However, I love using it in oatmeal and other porridge-type foods for a creamier hot breakfast.
Posted by AnnaLL on Apr 25, 2013
I like that this is low in carbs and the powder is fine so it's easy to mix. I usually use it for coffee though; I'm not crazy about the taste on it's own.
Posted by Reviewer3053757 on Nov 28, 2010
I was just happy to finally find soy powder! It was a good quality and arrived in only a few days. Now that I know where to get it, I will not go elsewhere. Thanks
Really doesn't mix well, but great for baking!
Posted by 4756642227357225880 on Sep 25, 2013
This was my first time using a powdered soy milk, but I can't say that I'm super happy with it. I tried to mix it with cool water, but it didn't mix well, and was very lumpy. I used it for baking (in place of a milk powder) and was very happy with the result. I also used it in a a homemade instant chai tea latte mix and it worked well.
Do NOT order to Norway!!!
Posted by Reviewer1956882 on Oct 05, 2013
This is a great product, but IMPORT TAX TO NORWAY IS SKY HIGH!!!!! I was told that there is a high tax on most Soy products! So this is a recommendation to Norwegian shoppers to be aware!!!!
I was expecting a tasteless one
Posted by 4913456306678181697 on Dec 26, 2013
To make a use in my chocolate but since it does have taste I am not clear what to do with this as I can't certainly have savoury flavour in chocolate.
Posted by 5583530330990386932 on May 20, 2014
Has a nice, neutral taste, and best price.
Good for baking
Posted by 5107682932945042254 on Jun 13, 2016
I ordered the soy milk powder to carry with me to use in my tea. That was not great. Then I started using it when I normally would put soy milk in baked goods, mix it with the dry ingredients, and add water instead of milk. It works well and is very convenient for that.
Good for baking
Posted by 5346053796455651956 on Aug 26, 2016
Tried it with my oats, milo, choc drink, but it makes the whole thing taste unpleasant. Also very hard to dissolve whether I put in the water first and then powder, or vice versa. So I tried using it for baking and so far it's been pretty good as the soy taste in my pastries are subtle and rather yummy.
Posted by 4617107029918597739 on Dec 27, 2016
It does not dissolve very well even in lukewarm water and I have to keep stirring until it dissolves completely. I usually add 2 heaped tbsp to a cup of water. The consistency is creamy and smooth BUT it tastes bland, so I will add a tbsp of coconut palm sugar for a little sweetness. Overall, quite satisfied with it and I just placed a 2nd order.