iHerb Customer Reviews
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First pack of many.
Posted by 4898239144045850131 on Mar 04, 2016
This is an excellent millet. The one I used to get from a health food store, though produced in United States as well, was horrible compared to this. Grains keep the shape and don't create a gluey concoction similar to wallpaper paste. I boiled a bit just to see and was delighted to find an edible and delicious grain.
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Posted by 5536836095002707163 on Apr 21, 2015
I didn't even know what millet was before purchasing this product. I'm really happy that I did buy it though! I used it in my homemade whole wheat bread just for some extra texture and it was incredible! It's also a great price considering that it is organic. Will for sure repurchase!
Posted by 5154170390377322146 on Oct 16, 2014
not as fresh and big grained as some of the other organic brands..
Posted by 5699686664682053935 on Jul 29, 2014
my new favorite
Posted by Reviewer1192713 on Nov 27, 2013
love this. have been eating alot of this. I grind it in my coffe grinder and cook in water or milk for a few minutes.eat with butter and cranberry jam.
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Posted by naturalorganic on Sep 07, 2013
I've actually never tried millet before I bought this. And I love it! It tastes so good! I use the millet, amaranth and quinoa to make a really good porridge in the morning with a banana and cinnamon on top too. Very nice!
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Great for porridge
Posted by nattfisk on Jul 13, 2012
Used this for my porridge, easy to cook and with great taste! It's also grown to be my best alternative for a grain when making dinner. I switch between millet and quinoa, and use it for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. I also use this millet to make stuffing for chickens, together with dates and sundried tomatoes. Really good! Just a tip - before you cook it, toast the seeds. It removes some of the bitter taste and undigestible enzymes that millet naturally contain.
Posted by Reviewer2478034 on Mar 21, 2012
I cooked it together with rice in a rice cooker. Taste great.Very healthy