They have an earthy grassy smell and taste which I don't really fancy. It is highly recommended that you rinse them several times thoroughly. I cook them just like I would rice via the absorption method. My guests like this. I cook them like rice and fry them with some ghee, peas, and leftover meats, ham and eggs. It's a hit with a Chinese twist.
Posted by iHerb Customer on Jul 15, 2012 | Verified Purchase
ACV is always good to have around the house. I like that this is made to higher quality, similar to Braggs.
No complains for the price. Will buy again.
This keeps my lips from being too dry.
I bought this mainly for the price. I didn't like the really big bottles of like 500 softgels as I don't like to have them sitting around too long in an unsealed bottle. I take this basically for a piece of mind as it is anti-inflammatory. Whether it works as well or not i guess can only be known in the long term. This is just an "insurance".
I like the vanilla ones compared to the others. They work to keep my lips moist.
I don't cook with this. I take this alone, as a dressing or to finish Italian and spanish foods. It has a fresh fruity taste that is not too peppery unlike what I normally get with mainstream European olive oils. They are up there with some high grade European olive oil. The dark greenish bottle protects against light. I separate them into smaller amber bottle which I put on a shelf, near the stove where I cook.
I liked the ingredients used and the overall taste. I like some of the flavored peanut butters here but now try to avoid peanuts if I can. With this, I don't miss peanut butter anymore. Although it could do with a little less sugar, at least this is not sweetened with agave which is high in fructose and now shown to be much worse for you then regular sugar. My favorite way is to mix them with greek or plain yogurt and blueberries. Great way to start the day. I am going gluten free until my digestion recovers.
This works equally well just by substituting regular white rice flour in recipes. Rice in general gives most people less of a problem than gluten containing grains.
Since I got this, it has gone into soups, pastas, meats and everything savoury.