iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.12 (24% off)
Posted by Reviewer1958128 on Feb 23, 2010
This is so much cheaper then purchasing it in health food stores
Posted by Reviewer2298970 on Jul 07, 2010
Much better pricing than Bob's and just as good a product.
Posted by Reviewer1679931 on Jul 14, 2010
Hard to say something about a product you use only 1 teaspoon in a cookie mix. Seems to have done its job as a thickener, binder, etc... worked good in a gluttenfree oatmeal pancookie mix...WHICH TASTED YUMMY!!!
Posted by Reviewer1596244 on Dec 28, 2008
needed for all my gluten free recipes this is great price thank you
Xanthan Gum for Bread Making
Posted by Reviewer1609056 on Nov 20, 2007
Thank you so much for this wonderful product. My first attempt of bread making without Xanthan Gum was a disaster, this time my family devoured my bread. 5 Thanks again Sincerly Mare
Great product-gluten free
Posted by Reviewer1599966 on Jun 01, 2008
I use xanthum gum in gluten free baking. Now Foods has a consistently good product that is definitely gluten free.
Posted by Reviewer1132826 on Jun 26, 2008
I love love love this product. It thickens EVERYTHING great. I have used it to make puddings thicken all sorts of sauces and syrups. It blends so much easier than corn starch and I don't have to use as much.
Posted by AnnaLL on Apr 24, 2013
Great! I use this for thickening in cooking.
The secret ingrediens in Starbucks knock-offs
Posted by OhMiah on May 16, 2012
I have so far only used this in one thing; my frappuchino knock-offs. And it's amazing. Keeps the other ingredients from separating. How-to-achieve awesomeness: - Ice - Coffee - Sugar (or Stevia/Erythol) - Milk (your choice; whole, low fat, soya...) - A pinch of Xanthan gum Use twice as much ice as coffee. Throw it all in your blender, give it a spin, VOILA! you could also add some caramel or other types of syrups.
Good for cooking
Posted by Reviewer3315071 on Dec 29, 2012
I use it a lot when baking