Fearn Liquid Lecithin -- 32 fl oz
Sticky but works
I use this in my morning smoothie, it is taste less and works for me. My only problem is that it can be a bit messy.
January 8, 2015
Have used this in my morning milk for shake for over 20 years.,
No bad taste ever. Mixtures is way out healthy combined with my
own special formula.
January 13, 2013
shouldn't be without
If you're over 40, your brain needs this. Keeps those tiny capillaries open for business!! I take it every day. The price is right, and I'm just turning 70!!
December 31, 2012
Great in baked goods or as a nonstick "spread"
The lecithin is great in bread but to my knowledge, it does not replace the oil. One would use only a tablespoon or two in a 2-loaf recipe, vs 1/4 cup oil. Lecithin is an emulsifier and could replace an egg in a bread recipe. Lecithin will improve the texture and freshness of your loaf.
I also use it to make a non-stick to brush on all my baking and cooking pans. Although the label says 2 parts lecithin to one part oil, I do it the other way around (it would be really thick and gooey at their ratio). I use light olive oil because that can sit out for a week or two and not get rancid (as opposed to other oils that should always be refrigerated). I mix it in a small condiment jar and spread it with a pastry brush that sits in the jar on my counter by the stove -- great for egg pans, baking dishes, casserole dishes, etc. Anywhere you would use the typical nonstick spray.
I also would never refrigerate this. It's the consistency of molasses -- imagine trying to get refrigerated molasses out of a bottle! :)
October 7, 2012
HEALTHY, BUT NASTY TASTE
THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL WITH A VERY STICKY MOUTH IF YOU CHOOSE TO USE THE TEASPOON/TABLESPOON METHOD WITH NO DILUTION
August 28, 2011