iHerb Customer Reviews
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I will never go back to sugar again...
Posted by Reviewer2653096 on Jul 10, 2009
This erythritol is wonderful and versatile for baking and cooking. Worth the price!
Great sweet substitute!
Posted by Reviewer1239685 on Jan 30, 2010
I've been following Suzanne Somers weight loss program and 'her' more expensive sweetener has Erythritol in it. Yours is a great and less expensive substitute for sugar and my weight has at least stabilized while getting sugar out of my diet. It's easy to cook with as well. Thank you.
Posted by Reviewer2117041 on Dec 08, 2009
Excellent for diabetic and low carb cooking. Product is exactly as advertised, cooks up well in foods. Also stores well, although I put mine in plastic sealed bowls instead of leaving it in the plastic bag it came in.
Posted by Reviewer2560842 on Oct 07, 2009
I love this brand- everything is really good. The Erythritol crystals can be used just like sugar in baking and they taste good!
Posted by Reviewer1722464 on Nov 24, 2009
I prefer this for every day use over xylitol. It has almost no calories, isn't as sweet and won't affect the bowels. I still keep xylitol at home too because I think it is better for baking and its anti bacterial qualities is more established.
Erythritol crystals are fantastic.
Posted by Reviewer2043410 on Dec 02, 2009
I use Erythritol crystals for all my baking needs. Noone knows it's not real sugar.
Posted by Reviewer2864611 on Aug 16, 2008
Most like real sugar. Easy to use.
nunatural, pure erythritol
Posted by Reviewer1294751 on Aug 28, 2008
i need to use more to get the taste of sweet, so i mix it with stevia
Good sugar alternative
Posted by Reviewer1066327 on Oct 15, 2008
Excellent alternative to replace at least a portion of the sugar in drinks and recipes. I use it in conjunction with other natural sweeteners like stevia and lo han to make Kool-Aid-style drinks. Wish they could get the price down a bit, though.
Works well as a replacement for sugar
Posted by Reviewer2841114 on Jul 29, 2008
In hot chocolate and in baking I have found it to be a good replacement, but to be fair I have blended it with xylitol, at a 50:50 ratio.