If you're currently living in Japan, you probably know that many products, be it bath and body, or supplements and grocery, can be heavily overpriced. iHerb.com has been my fix for surviving Japan. Whether you're on a budget, or in need of products to supplement dietary restrictions, iHerb.com has got you covered. I've been using iHerb.com as my go to place to order supplements and bulk dry foods that are either expensive or hard to find in Japan. Vitamins? Covered. Stevia? Got that! Coconut Powder? Heck, most people in Japan have never heard of it. The basic rule of thumb when ordering on iHerb is to keep the price under 14000 yen and the weight under 30 pounds. Shipping is a flat $4 and free for orders over $40. iHerb's competitive pricing and shipping costs beat many distributors within Japan, and if you're looking to hard to find goods, look no further than iHerb.com
Posted by T1DinKagoshima on Oct 26, 2017 | Verified Purchase
I've been using Bob's Low-Carb Baking Mix as a flour replacement for so many dishes that I cook at home. Everything from pancakes to cornbread. I'm very pleased with the taste, though it is a bit grainy. I do recommend not using milk with this product though. Go for real (or powdered) buttermilk and add more baking powder than usual (and cut the salt a bit) for a good rise.
Posted by T1DinKagoshima on Sep 12, 2016 | Verified Purchase
I've used this in everything from tea to pancakes to my low carb banana bread. Dissolves well. One caveat, I live in a very humid subtropical climate, so do as the label says and leave them in a cool, dry location. This stuff turns into a solid rock if you leave it out for over the course of a week. Of course, liquid stevia will never fail the humidity!
Posted by T1DinKagoshima on Jun 27, 2016 | Verified Purchase
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