iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: AU$0.35 (5% off)
Posted by 5598399106105531991 on Sep 26, 2015
Very useful in GF cooking and baking.
Posted by 5635996341230780345 on Jul 15, 2014
Great product. Best used with cold food (ie I have mine with an almond milk protein shake). Fills you up and helps settle your stomach.
yum and good
Posted by 4650457901289109075 on Jul 22, 2014
So nice for cooking and so good for your tummy
Posted by 4613975343984866153 on Jun 26, 2014
Very very good
Posted by 4911886488675770027 on Aug 25, 2014
I have found that in most cases if a recipe calls for corn starch, potato starch can be used. I find potato starch much easier to handle and so far get better results in baking with the potato starch. I feel my cakes, cookies and bread are a little moister than when I was using corn starch. I don't make as big of a mess in the kitchen either with the potato starch. I like the quality of Bob' Red Mill products and will continue to buy them. After looking around I found that iHerb had the best price for this product and you can't beat free shipping.
Your health depends on health of your bacteria.
Posted by 5721879128880457494 on May 29, 2016
This is a food for your bacteria.
Bob's Red Mill Potato Starch
Posted by 5583720772242236304 on May 15, 2016
Arrived in good condition and a great substitute for corn starch.
Great product to help reduce blood sugar and lose weight
Posted by 4751762846168154397 on May 25, 2016
This makes it extremely easy to add resistant starch to my diet with all the benefits said to follow this use. I can start off with just a quarter teaspoon in my mashed potatoes and add more as my body gets used to it. Helps enormously with weight loss and reducing blood sugar. Feeds the good bacteria in the lower intestine. Good clean product.
Posted by 5154170390377322146 on Sep 11, 2014
use this as resistant starch..but too early to say if any improvement..
Posted by 4678646061897502821 on Jun 30, 2014
Potato starch is good in many recipes for the gluten free. I personally don't find potato pulp all that healthy, kinda like how I feel about white flour, but it works well - I particularly think it works well in my old 'white flour' recipes ( which I've mainly tried to leave behind). Try this with a cornstarch combo (and xanthan gum) to recreate things like cupcakes and biscuits.