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10 of 11 found the following review helpful:
Magnesium chloride at its finest. Apr 07, 2010
By Ken M
I am on my second bag of this now. I use RO (Reverse Osmosis 'sort of distilled') water a lot and was worried about missing some important minerals. I take a thermos with cold water to work daily and usually put about 1/4 t(teaspoon) of this with 1/8 t potassium chloride, and about 1/4 t of plain old baking soda. If I have some lemon or lime available, I will squirt in a little juice. To me it tastes good and provides a good source of magnesium.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Excellent, especially for the price Apr 06, 2009
By C. Visions
I also use this to get the magnesium in my diet. I pour about a half teaspoon into water, swirl it around to dissolve it, and throw it back like a shot. Follow with a little coffee and it's over with quickly. Having enough magnesium gives you great energy - almost like coffee without feeling lousy afterwards.
As for the company, the nigari was shipped very quickly and arrived at my office in less than the expected time. I was impressed enough that I am about to order another bag from them.
12 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Ohsawa Nigari is tops Sep 27, 2009
By Thomas Van Gorden
I've been making tofu for years. Ohsawa nigari is very smooth, finely granulated and makes a perfect product. I am very pleased with this nigari. It's the best.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Great for making Tofu Dec 06, 2010
By Scott Carpenter
This is the product to get for making Tofu. We are so happy that it is easily available from Home Naturals through Amazon. Highly recommend the company as well as the product.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Tofu Tastes Like Fresh Soy. Feb 19, 2013
By Esther C Pacheco
I followed a recipe that called for a lower temperture which did not work well. Then I decided to add the nigari to soy milk which was cooled off a couple minutes from boiling. It coagulated very well.
One can use epsom salt which would be much less expensive but the flavor level is not as good. Lemon juice is used in some recipes. Lemon juice is not cheaper and the results can vary depending on acidity of the lemons used. I prefer Ohsawa Natural Nigari Coagulant.
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