Using this page mostly as a list for myself to remember what I like and use on a regular basis. Every product I list here will be legal to import to Norway, or marked as illegal to import to Norway.
Posted by HildeK on Apr 05, 2012 | Verified Purchase
Cheaper then any baking soda I have seen in Norway (and yes, I have included shipping), and well worth it. I use it as a scrub, and to clean the shower. I also have a few opened bags in the basement to soak up smell and moisture there.
It is something different from the peppermint that is everywhere in gum. The taste lasts quite long, and the texture is nice.
It is nice, but for now it is placed in my drawer to scent my linen. I suspect that if I lit it, my whole house would smell of a lavender farm. Not a bad thing, but a bit much.
Odd taste if it is poured on rice after it is done. Somewhat smokey/vinegary? But in soups and other things where it is heated, it is really nice. Good if you need to reduce your intake of soy, and is not a fan of Bragg's.
Not sweet (as promised), a bit "dry", but not bad in general. Would prefer a organic product, but since this is the most allergy friendly option I have found it got to do.
The taste and texture is good, the size is a bit on the small side for adults. Perfect for kids though. No artificial colors and flavors in it, and seems to be popular.
I prefer liquid stuff for the every day use, but for travel these are idea. Small, no bad taste, and easy to take. Would prefer if they also had EPA, but all in all, a really good product.
The taste is nice, and it seems milder then normal soy sauce (please note that this IS soy, it is just treated different). Good spray bottle. Have ended up phasing it out in favor of Coconut Secret's sauce, but it is not a bad alternative in general.
I used this before I swapped to various aubrey products. It is nice, but the smell is far to strong for my nose. Contains a few rather nasty ingredients, but better then most mainstream brands.
Most likely not the products fault, but mine. I have tried several times now to see if it would work for me, but it refuses to cooperate with me. It seems like it ends up getting cold to fast for a inexperienced person, leading to that I only have a clump of odd syrup on my spatula. Parissa strips are better for my sake.