Starwest Botanicals, Organic Kelp Powder, 1 lb (453.6 g)
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8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1718706 on Feb 03, 2011
I was pleased with the amount of power for the price, but find it suspiciously tasteless. The kelp I'd previously used was more like a ground kelp with flakes large enough to recognize as kelp. It also had a slightly fishy taste that, while not tasty, was also not overpowering - such that I could eat it sprinkled on top of my jelly toast. iHerb's powder is, as I mentioned without taste, but of a consistency that it can be felt on my tongue when I eat my toast. In all, I prefer my old brand. Unfortunately, I cannot find it anywhere, so until the bag I bought from iHerb is gone, I will make do. Then I will look for another brand with a product more like my old one. Jodi
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Not so bad
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1702441 on Jul 17, 2010
But whole ones are better for taste. Usefull for sauerkraut making.
Not what I was hoping for
Posted by Reviewer2434316 on Nov 20, 2011
I was looking for organic kelp and saw this and thought I would try it. I purchase kelp as a sea vegetable that I could use in a salad or put into miso soup. I never had powdered kelp before and was very disappointed in the texture and taste. I guess if you're going to use it in a smoothie, it may be OK, and it will still be beneficial for the mineral content.
Posted by 5211649592985477266 on Aug 14, 2013
The smell and taste was way too strong for me. I could not eat it, so that`s why start using Kelp in tablet form.
Posted by 5547132289299223179 on Dec 26, 2013