iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.68 (15% off)
Posted by Reviewer2316688 on Feb 02, 2011
sweet and salty
Love the taste of this!
Posted by 5338191434476996317 on Nov 01, 2016
I use it for my salads, cold tofu and I even make a refreshing drink with this (mixed with honey). Lovely taste! I just wonder why it has been discontinued.
love this for a healthy source of umami flavor
Posted by Reviewer2332745 on Jun 16, 2011
I use this in salad dressing, soup, wherever one might like some salt ( except baked goods) - it is a source of natural glutamates, which are a healthier kind of flavor enhancer than monosodium glutamate.
Posted by eatrightchef on May 26, 2010
I cannot take regular vinegar because I have high stomach acid. But this one is fine with me. At first I had to get used to the taste as it was a bit salty. But now I have fallen in love with it and have it with my salad all the time!
Posted by Reviewer3072071 on Feb 12, 2011
GREAT PRODUCT, I HAVE BEEN USING THIS FOR YEARS AND REALLY ENJOY IT.
Posted by Reviewer3102990 on Aug 17, 2011
After reading the "Kind Diet" by Alicia Silverstone, i wanted to try this Ume Vinegar she used for several of her recipes. I must say that i am very positively surprised about it. I use it now for almost everything i cook because it adds a great taste and is very good for your health!
Posted by HealthyGuy on Nov 24, 2008
This vinegar is very versatile and tastes amazing. Just a splash is enough to flavour an entire bowl of salad.
Posted by Reviewer3167469 on Jul 05, 2011
Use instead of salt and it satisfies better than sea salt does without leaving a dry aftertaste. I use it to make salad dressing out of Flax oil, lemon juice and ume plum vinegar. It's delicious!!
Ume Plum Vinegar
Posted by Reviewer3235892 on Feb 08, 2012
Health food store stopped carrying it and I use this stuff for salad dressing almost daily. Good stuff.
Posted by Reviewer3242765 on Nov 09, 2008
A little dash of this with a drop or 2 of toasted sesame oil is great on cauliflower, brussels sprouts, collards/kale, and brocccoli.