iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer1716020 on Sep 03, 2010
Best Gluten Free Flour!
Another fantastic product from Bob's Red Mill
Posted by Reviewer2084487 on Jun 28, 2010
I use this in baking in combination at times with almond meal and Bob's gluten free plain flour. It does soak up the mositure so recipes do need to be adjusted. You can find soem greatrecpes on the internet. Again this product is true quality and I recently made a great birhtday cake for my dauther using this product. the taste is distictive and you can tell it is coconut, I find it very pleasant taste. Melbourne Australia
Bob's Red Mill, Organic Coconut Flour, Gluten Free, 16 oz (1 lb) 453 g
Posted by Reviewer1436270 on Jun 20, 2010
Excellent product as usual.
Posted by Reviewer3322629 on Jun 07, 2010
This stuff is amazing. I use it for any recipe by simply adding a little over half the flour called for and adding an extra egg, (I sub NOW Turbinado for white and brown sugar). This works great, and I can make amazing peanut butter brownies, all kinds of cookies, etc. for my gluten free sons. They LOVE them! This flour seems expensive, but it lasts a long time due because you only need to use a small amount.
Posted by holahola on May 19, 2010
Have note tried it in baking yet, but the smell and taste of the flour is great! Smells good coconut and has a pleasant taste. Used it in my vegetable burgers with good result, great!
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Posted by Reviewer3109182 on Apr 28, 2010
wife will not use. her mother trained her to use wheat flour. I use Coconut flour in place of shredded coconut but a table spoon a day will not use 16oz very fast. My costs have gone way down, which is good.
Posted by Reviewer1355967 on Mar 30, 2010
it was very good product, just still have not mastered makeing gluten free bread, will keep trying
Posted by Reviewer2590111 on Mar 25, 2010
haven't used it yet, but looks good!
Versitile, tastes wonderful
Posted by Reviewer1721700 on Mar 22, 2010
use extra moisture to avoid drying things out.
Bit Tricky but Worth It!
Posted by Reviewer1007110 on Mar 11, 2010
Has a great flavor and you use surprisingly little in bked goods as it absorbs sooo much liquids- hard to find recipes using it but I made some Coconut Bread last night that is deeelicious and made coconut pancakes last weekend!