iHerb Customer Reviews
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Gluten free alternative
Posted by Reviewer1896114 on Jun 27, 2012
Great for gluten free diets. Great cost and value!
Good value and easy to use
Posted by Reviewer1777508 on Jul 09, 2011
Has not used it a lot yet, but was recomended the product so I guess it´s OK.
Posted by Reviewer1098759 on Sep 25, 2011
There aren't a lot of choices for sourcing this ingredient. I wish it was organic.
Good Addition to Baking Options
Posted by Reviewer2588957 on Dec 07, 2009
I just started using this sorghum flour for gluten free baking. It's a good addition to other ancient grain choices and healthier than rice, corn and potato flours.
Bob's Red Mill Sorghum Flour
Posted by Reviewer1903277 on Mar 11, 2009
Packaged in quantity that is easy to use before spoilage. Great in place of wheat based flour in baking. Disadvantage: not from a nut free facility.
Posted by 5535338423176274373 on Apr 28, 2015
This flour comes with a unique flavour, but you will need xanthan gum if you would like your baked products to hold better.
Good for inflamatory conditions
Posted by 4679229895691109137 on Apr 10, 2016
I have mast cell activation issues and a big inflamatory condition and this flour does not trigger any inflamatory response at all. I like it ! And the taste is quite good.
All Grains Contain A Type Of Gluten
Posted by Reviewer2469206 on Jul 13, 2012
There are different kinds of gluten and all grains contain gluten: Wheat (Gliadin - 69%), Corn (Zien - 55%), Sorghum (Kafirin - 52%). Grains are not a healthy food.
Posted by Reviewer1226403 on Aug 15, 2010
I am on a gluten free diet, so this helps with my baking.
Works well in gluten-free baking
Posted by Reviewer2158434 on Aug 26, 2010