iHerb Customer Reviews
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Great for gluten free baking without starchy fillers
Posted by Jeanne1974 on Jul 19, 2014
this grain is great for a wholesome bread flour, used with guar gum for replace the missing gluten.
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Posted by gettingwell on Apr 15, 2014
I Love using this flour in my recipes. I've used it in combination with other's to make a mix for waffles, cake, biscuits, etc. I've always had good results with BRM products and highly recommend. If you found this review helpful please click the 'yes' button and my user name for more information. :)
Posted by 4978545617610769518 on Dec 17, 2013
very good for cooking, I add to my cakes
LOVE THIS FOR BAKING COOKIES
Posted by Reviewer1256402 on Jan 29, 2014
I use this mixed with tapioca flour. Have only attempted a few recipes so am not sure yet how versatile in can be
Posted by ling76 on Mar 27, 2013
Good for gluten free baking, have it in my bread.
Posted by Reviewer2072312 on May 30, 2013
Very good for gluten-free banana bread!
Posted by Reviewer1363836 on Aug 03, 2013
I use it all the time
Posted by 5201988341157366756 on Sep 11, 2013
... in bread and pancakes. I always keep this in my kitchen, because of my allergies.
Posted by Reviewer2087358 on Feb 23, 2012
I really like this flour for breading and in gluten free baking mixes. Excellent quality!
Gluten-Free, Mix with Other Flours
Posted by SherryB on Aug 23, 2012
Sorghum does have a distinct taste. Not as neutral as rice flour or wheat flour. I like it though. I usually mix the gluten-free rice flour and the sorghum together to make crepes and pancakes. There are some good recipes online for us gluten-less people.