I use it to make my own crackers, or "knekkebrød" as we call them in scandinavia. I use 1/2 a cup each of almonds, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and flax seeds with two tablespoons of the husk powder and a big pinch of salt. Grind in magic bullet or food processor. Mix well with 2 cups of water and let soak for about 15 mins. This is enough for two trays. Use parchment paper on tray and use wet (so it doesn't stick) fingers to flatten. Put in middle of oven for about an hour @ 210 f or 100c.
Posted by iHerb Customer on September 10 2016 | Verified Purchase
I have been using this product for making low carb/keto buns with great success in the past. It is ground very fine, and does not leave a gritty texture in the baked product as when I grind psyllium husks in my coffee grinder. Unfortunately, this most recent bag has given the buns a purple colour when baked. This is not an uncommon side effect when using some other brands of psyllium, but I had thought with my previous experience with Now brand, that this was not an issue with this product. I wonder if Now has changed their supplier of psyllium because I read a recent review of the bun recipe in a low carb blog and another person mentioned purple bread using Now psyllium powder. If you are using this psyllium for baking, this is really undesirable.
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 28 2010 | Verified Purchase
Very difficult to blend with water, yet soak up very fast and become too sticky to drink
Posted by iHerb Customer on December 12 2015 | Verified Purchase
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