I love this gum, so unusual to find xylitol healthy lemon-lime gum - why are you discontinuing it iherb?!
Posted by Reviewer2841114 on Mar 31, 2014 | Verified Purchase
I have just come onto iherb to re-order this, I love it. And it says discontinued. Please re-stock iherb. It's a great natural product. Thanks.
A great organic extra virgin oil, with no chemicals
It's all gone! So I've bought more. I use this in place of butter in all baking and in place of olive oil in all cooking (except very gentle cooking, as Olive Oil does not like high heat). I even use it mixed with other oils as a body cream, so multi-functional and great tasting.
Low GI alternative to maple syrup/golden syrup in recipes, very sweet!
Much sweeter than sugar, much more like maple or golden syrup, use sparingly. Low GI, so much better for those who have diabetes.
As usual a great toothpaste with no un-natural things
I like this toothpaste, no dodgy fluoride or chemicals.
Brilliant, free from SLS and other bad things, natural and clean
A new flavour of an old favourite, clean teeth and a lovely cinnamon smell, instead of mint.
Ok, book about Raw food
It's an ok book about raw food, I don't really like literature that tries to get you to buy certain brands. I prefer the free literature gives you the information and then lists their products at the end, letting you go off and investigate to see if their brand is the one you should choose.
I only use a few drops in addition to Xylitol in things to make them sweet. Really great for those who like sweet things, but don't want lots of carbs/refined sugar. Tiny tiny after-taste if you lick a drop on your hand. In foods, this after-taste is in my opinion entirely eliminated and undetectable.
Haven't used it yet.
Much better for you than processed sugar, though should be used in moderation with things like Xylitol
I use this when I need "real" sugar for a recipe, such as for yeast or to blend with Xylitol or add to Stevia. It helps to give that "real" sugar taste.
Great substitute for grain based flour for baked goods
Great substitute for grain based flour for baked goods, I also make almond meal by making nut milk. I soak my almonds overnight to decrease the phytic acid. Next morning I blend them with water, then I pour the mixture through muslin/cheesecloth over my sieve, which leaves me with almond pulp, once dried and ground this is almond meal/flour.