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.
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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’m so glad I found this Psyllium Husk . I went on a search after no longer finding any sugar free psyllium . Advise using cold water other wise it starts to jell up. Also love it in smoothies , I get a nice creamy consistency with Source Naturals Psyllium Husk powder. Don’t EVER discontinue this product .
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
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 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.
A good source of fiber! Please not that you need to use a decent about of liquid (I find it much easier to take mixing water and orange juice) and that you then need to take it right away or it will begin to solidify. Other than that it's a convenient way to supplement your fiber intake.