iHerb Customer Reviews
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Best gluten-free flour!
Posted by Reviewer2947028 on Feb 03, 2010
I bought this product based on a few recommendations from different cookbooks especially from Babycakes cookbook. This flour made some great gluten-free, vegan chocolate chip cookies! The texture of the flour was was very good and was a success for baking.
Posted by Reviewer1816976 on Mar 31, 2011
This baking flour goes with everything, makes baking easy
Posted by Reviewer1062430 on Dec 13, 2010
I'm still working out the kinks of gluten-free baking, but this flour is the best wheat substitute I've tried.
My new favourite flour!
Posted by Reviewer1072897 on Jan 06, 2013
This works great in basically everything! Together with the xanthan gum, the batter smells and tastes like (excuse the language) shit before you put it in the oven. But as soon as it is all done and ready, the outcome has always been awesome! Apple cake and the banana bread back on the packaging has been my favourite cakes to use this flour in by far :)
BEST of the Best
Posted by Reviewer2924771 on Jan 14, 2010
Made some excellent pizza crust with this.
Posted by Reviewer3362683 on Mar 23, 2010
On a Gluten Free diet, you just have to have BRM all purpose baking flour. Iherb has excellent prices too.
Flour Works Great!
Posted by Reviewer1407811 on Jul 18, 2008
I used this flour in a recipe calling for non gluten all purpose flour and my recipe came out great.
BAKES WELL - Measures like regular wheat flour. Celiac - no allergic reaction
Posted by coconut on Jun 25, 2012
No more trying to convert or adjust other flours for family recipes. No need to mix with other gluten-free flours. You can use this just like wheat flour when called for in recipes. I do not know if this works in a bread machine, but it baked well. I have celiac and had no reaction to this product. I made the "crazy cake" (chocolate cake) recipe found on the bob's red mill website. It was super!
Posted by Reviewer2323904 on Jan 20, 2009
Better for stomach than whole wheat.
Posted by Reviewer3043934 on Sep 21, 2009
It is like regular flour.