iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.20 (5% off)
Good in soup.
Posted by HildeK on Jul 08, 2012
But be aware of that it clumps a bit. Use a blender or something to make it nice and smooth before having it in the soup, and it goes fine.
Posted by Reviewer2965254 on Feb 15, 2013
Good flour and good taste.
Posted by CindyW on Jun 26, 2013
I use this to make pizza and desserts. I like it better than the garbanzo/fava mix, and it's cheaper too.
Good gluten free
Posted by Caragh on Feb 11, 2014
Use 50/50 with other flours
Posted by Reviewer2788450 on Aug 27, 2008
Bob's Red Mill - you know it's really gluten free. Very fine grind, nice. Didn't realize it would have a slight bitterness to it. Decent price.
Posted by Reviewer2902173 on Mar 29, 2010
I used this to make hummus. It was really good. I like it compared to canned chick peas. I have not compared against fresh chick peas.
Bean Flours Are Super!
Posted by Reviewer1995652 on Jan 26, 2011
This flour is finely milled, very consistent, and lends itself to a variety of baking applications: in pancakes, corn meal, etc. It has a mild flavor. I only wish it were avaiable as organic.
Posted by Reviewer1098759 on Sep 25, 2011
I wish it was organic.
Add protein and fiber to baking
Posted by Reviewer2525146 on Jul 14, 2010
Four stars because it's not organic.
Posted by Lipsticklady on Sep 29, 2009
Like Bob's Red Mill