It's good for making gluten free bread.
☑️Soft and fresh 🍞
☑️ gluten free!
☑️No seml after baking it.
The cost is nice.
-Potato flour , Masa flour,oil,salt etc..add the psyllium husk dissolved in water.
If you like "Low carbo" "keto " "gluten free",highly recommended.
Thank you for reading.
It’s a very keto friendly product! Can be use in many dishes, a substitute for flour or potato starch!
I made Korean kimchi pancakes, Chinese radish cakes, broccoli soup, tuna bread… etc with it, it’s amazing! Just go online and search keto recipes, and you’ll find that a lots of recipes required this Psyllium Husk!
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I use it as a substitute for glutinous rice powder in keto cooking. Psyllium husk has a strange taste (like Taiwanese herbal jelly) and this product is no exception. Adding other ingredients can make it less obvious. I like it because it’s finely ground
I use this powder to keep my diverticulosis under control. I drink it in water flavored with juice which makes it tolerable. The powder is very fine and dissolves well, but drink it down quickly because it will turn to a solid lump of gel otherwise. This product works very well. I prefer it to the orange flavored and sweetened product most people recognise. So if you don't want added sugar or a chemical sweetener plus that orange flavoring this is a great product.
It's good for making gluten free bread. ☑️Soft and fresh 🍞 ☑️ gluten free! ☑️No seml after baking it. The cost is nice. -Potato flour , Masa flour,oil,salt etc..add the psyllium husk dissolved in water. If you like "Low carbo" "keto " "gluten free",highly recommended. Thank you for reading.
Read many reviews for this product before I purchased. I use it exactly as some have recommended by mixing it with 8 oz of water and downing it quickly. Have been using it first thing in the morning and I feel it helps me to stay regular. FYI - the taste is rather blah, but if you drink it quickly it's doable!
Being intolerant to xanthan gum (in addition to gluten), and after much research, I began using Psyllium Husk Powder (which was already in my pantry as a fiber supplement) in my gluten-free baked goods. YAY!! Success!!! Many recipes state that *tablespoons* are needed to achieve whatever quality baked good they are making, however, you don't need *that* much... I believe the recommended is "twice the amount of xanthan gum" called for in any given recipe...but being someone who prefers to experiment, I find that every recipe is a little different. Different gluten free flours require a little more or less PHP... You can achieve a moister, but not too crumby ;) muffin if you supplement with a little bit of ground chia seed in your recipe, too... Bottom line is that Psyllium Husk POWDER (not unground p. husk) is an *excellent* binder in gluten free dough/batter recipes (pancakes, muffins, pizza dough, bread, cookies... Not to mention it adds a little extra fiber to your diet ;)
This is my go-to when my dog has anal gland issues. I mix it in with some food or bone broth and it stimulates a healthy BM that is enough to trigger her anal glands to release. It also helps when she is constipated. Dosage depends on size of dog - you'll find info online if you search.
I do really like this! Use it in the evening, one teaspoon and have no problems in the morning. Also I use it instead of late night snack like a part of diet. It has like no smell and light taste, not bad. It is medium size pack.
I am pleased with this product. I make my own bread using a bread machine and I have started adding a tablespoon of Psyllium Husk Powder with the other ingredients to add more fiber. It does not affect the taste or texture of the bread. I believe I am receiving the results that I was expecting.