iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.25 (5% off)
Posted by Reviewer1496637 on Feb 24, 2011
I use this for my favorite gluten free bread recipe. It browns better than other starches and works well in coating mixes for gluten free chicken nuggets and things like that.
Terrific for gluten free cooking
Posted by Reviewer1935766 on Sep 28, 2008
Nice multi-purpose startch for all of my baking.
Your health depends on health of your bacteria.
Posted by 5721879128880457494 on May 29, 2016
This is a food for your bacteria.
Posted by 4678624565538596670 on Feb 01, 2014
Good product and ground extremely fine and absolutely clean. I used it as part of an all purpose gluten free flour. The bag was not properly sealed at the factory so I gave it only five stars. I ordered this same product from another distributor of Bobs Mill and it had the same leaky bag. The bags apparently are not air tight so I empty them into a mason jar and suck out all the air, otherwise it makes quite a mess in the cupboard.
Posted by Reviewer1490502 on Oct 14, 2010
Delivered on time and in good condition.
Posted by Reviewer1495691 on Jan 17, 2010
I like the Bob's Red Mill proiducts. This is very finely milled & has been a necessary ingredient in many gluten-free recipes.
Posted by Reviewer1623885 on Oct 03, 2012
Bought this for cooking/baking. Great stuff.
better than corn.....
Posted by Reviewer1638849 on Apr 13, 2008
i loved the potato starch...have used manoschevitz for years but it is hard to find......also, thanks for the quick delivery!
Great alternative to eggs
Posted by 4954817178532375676 on Aug 24, 2016
I love this product as an egg replacement. I am vegan and one teaspoon of potato starch in cooking replaces one egg. I have used it in baking and all food types have been successful even baked soy/almond puddings.
Use in a Gluten-Free Pantry
Posted by Reviewer1232563 on Oct 10, 2011
We use this as a gluten-free thickner in gravies, soups, etc. I recently bought Cake-Love, a book of home-made cakes. Chef uses potato starch to add texture, thought I'd experiment with gluten-free cakes. PS - another tip for gluten free cooking, use instant mashed potatoes as a thickner.