iHerb Customer Reviews
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Good and sweet!
Posted by BobbyKoy on Nov 28, 2012
Very good coconut flour that has a good taste of coconut. When I use it in baking is a bit dry, but it gets a good taste, plus you need less sweetening since the coconut is pretty sweet already. But it was too dry for me, no matter how much liquid I add.
Not really sure about this
Posted by melindaweed on Dec 20, 2012
Got this as part of an ill-fated attempt to go Paleo and cut carbs. I've only used it once, to make tortillas. They were weirdly sweet and grainy, and had a sort of rubbery texture. I wasn't too impressed. Maybe this stuff is better when it's used in something else. I found it too drying. Made me want to down a glass of water with every bite.
taste needs getting used to
Posted by Reviewer2516176 on Nov 16, 2011
I'm using this because I have to watch my blood glucose closely and I'm still trying out recipes. Tastes a bit different, I still have to get used to the taste. I also find that cookies etc. made with this flour are very dry and hard to swallow.
Posted by CeruleanB on Sep 22, 2009
We used it for baking a cake and it was delicious. It is pretty dense and has a delicate, sweet flavor.. a great alternative for other kinds of flour. It helps a lot if you add eggs to the mixture.
good source of fiber
Posted by Reviewer1861584 on Sep 30, 2009
I use this product for fiber and coconut oil when I mix a mini meal drink.
Posted by Reviewer1921132 on Dec 09, 2009
Contains about the same amount of total carbs as all-purpose flour, but 60% of these carbs are fiber!
Nuts about coconut
Posted by Reviewer3021647 on Dec 14, 2009
Works great to substitute flour. I used it to make muffins and they turned out wonderfully, not too much coconuty flovor either.
Posted by Reviewer1676014 on Feb 11, 2010
Just really good.
Bob's Red Mill, Organic Coconut Flour, Gluten Free, 16 oz (1 lb)
Posted by Reviewer1243295 on Feb 15, 2010
Excellent. A little goes a long way.
Heard allot about
Posted by Reviewer2013328 on Dec 01, 2009
coconut flour I want to incorporate it into the baked goods I make.