"This product smell great and good for marinading meat or cook with. The powder is very fine, like a sugar powder, I preferred something more like small grain instead of powder, it's messy to transfer from bag into a jar and when using it."
"This is honestly me favorite garlic powder. This product is the most unique garlic powder that I have ever tried; the garlic powder has a baking soda-like texture. I have found that this garlic powder is very potent and that if you add too much it can be spicy, with that being said I will continue to buy this garlic powder."
"This is a tasty garlic POWDER that blends immediately into soups, sauces, dressings, homemake herb blends (Cajun...), etc. Fill your small herb jars with a funnel so it won't "cloud" and when using, shake the powder from your herb jar quite close to the sauce or whatever you are seasoning. If you are using a teaspoon or more, just lift the lid and spoon it out. If you had rather have granules, then be forewarned. However, the powder is very tasty!"
"I love this garlic powder, but then, I knew I would based on previous experiences with Starwest Botanicals. You have GOT to try their cinnamon, too! Amazing! Sometimes, I just open the glass jar I use to hold the spice and just breathe in...intensely cinnamon!
This is an excellent product and the price can not be beat."
"I don't even need to repeat what he said because he said it as perfect as I would have. This stuff is just awful. Read his review and you will get my opinion 100%. Came to write this review after I attempted to refill a bottle with this garlic, and because of it's consistency, most of it ended up in the sink AND on me! Now all I can smell is garlic. It's so bad that I need to immediately go wash my clothes as soon as I finish writing this!"
If You're Looking for Granules, DON'T Buy This !!!
December 18, 2014
"It's a shame that, when it comes to Onion & Garlic Powders, and you make a "blind" purchase online for the first time, for a particular brand and type, you can really get burned, because each manufacturer's definition of "powder" can range from anything as fine as talcum-powder consistency, to the granules that we generally associate "Onion Powder" and "Garlic Powder" with, from our previous, traditional supermarket experiences. When I think of "Garlic" or "Onion" Powder, I think of the latter -- something which does not clump, and which flows freely and uniformly through the perforated lid of the bottle. This, on the other hand, is nothing of the sort. It is of the aforementioned talcum-powder consistency, so finely-ground, that when you try to shake it out from such a perforated-lid jar, it either doesn't come out at all ( due to its tendency to clump inside the jar ) or, when it does come out, it flies all over the place, like a dust-storm. You end up wasting quite a bit of it in this manner, since it goes everywhere, except where you want it to. I wasted the money on the purchase of this, as well as for a 16-oz. pack of what was it's talcum-powdered equivalent in the "Onion Powder" category ( "Frontier Natural Products White Onion Powdered" - SKU # SKU# 089836001696 - on the other hand, if you prefer the granules, as I do, then you can get the same company's excellent product, labeled as "Frontier Natural Products White Onion Granulated" - SKU # 089836001689 with no surprises in store for you -- at lease THIS company has the decency to distinguish between "Powdered" and "Granulated" -- which is more than I can say for the other companies, who simply throw the title "Powder" or "Powdered" and leave you guessing, as to what you're actually purchasing ). My advice? If you like the granules, stick to Badia brand, and save yourself a bundle of money, while getting the consistency you expect -- or, if you prefer to waste your money insanely, while still getting the granule consistency, go for the Simply Organic Garlic Powder, and spend $5.09 ( as of this date ) on 3.64 oz."
"This product has become a staple in our household. It is the best priced bulk garlic and very potent. We use it like most people use salt and sugar. I'm sure it's the reason we never get colds. No self respecting germ would invade our garlic saturated systems."