I have a coeliac disease so a gluten free diet is of a vital importance to me. I buy most of gluten free flours from iHerb, since in our country (EU market) selection of GF products is not that wide - in last years has improved a lot but we are not there yet;) And GF sorghum flour is one of the products that have not yet reached our shelves, so I am really glad I discovered it on iHerb. I must say that from all GF flours I’ve tried, sorghum flour is the one that (taste wise) the most resembles wheat. I use it in my home baked GF bread (I mix it with other GF flours, but usually sorghum flour represents 50%) and it is great for thickening sauces. I heartily recommend it to all of coeliacs out there! :)
Posted by iHerb Customer on February 1 2009 | Verified Purchase
I tried Bob's Red Mill GF Hot Cereal during a cleanse and loved the taste. It reminds me of the Cream of Wheat my mom used to make on winter mornings before school. I top it with a little maple syrup or brown sugar to sweeten, and add crushed almonds for texture and protein. Definitely a favorite, although a 'microwave preparation' option would be nice.
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 11 2009 | Verified Purchase
I used it to mix up a gluten free flour mixture and then made a cornbread recipe with it. - It was great!
Posted by iHerb Customer on August 13 2008 | Verified Purchase
high in protein and fiber use for 25% of flour in pancake recipies
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 11 2008 | Verified Purchase
One of the better GF flours to cook with. Great recipes on the package.
Posted by iHerb Customer on April 18 2014 | Verified Purchase
Good Quality and Taste, packaging was also good, as well as shipping.
Posted by iHerb Customer on April 15 2014 | Verified Purchase
Great help in gluten free baking. I have never tried sorghum before.
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 10 2014 | Verified Purchase
The sweet taste of sorghum makes it perfect to use in pancakes. Some eggs, a banana - and you have a superb breakfast pancake! The banana makes the pancake more juicy. They may be made without any fat or moist but gets a litle dry. Good price from a good company.
Posted by PracticalHealth on July 2 2012 | Verified Purchase
This sorghum flour makes gluten-free blends taste amazing (especially with a little coconut flour mixed in). I would like to use it more often, but for economists like me, the price is prohibitive, since you have to use so much of it at a time. I would like to find a good source of the whole grains and grind them myself.
Posted by Kaidamaz on October 17 2010 | Verified Purchase
Used this to make dinner rolls along with almond flour and coconut flour and they were delicious!
Posted by iHerb Customer on September 14 2011 | Verified Purchase
There are different kinds of gluten and all grains contain gluten: Wheat (Gliadin - 69%), Corn (Zien - 55%), Sorghum (Kafirin - 52%). Grains are not a healthy food.