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Re: coconut oil
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Published: 19 years ago
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Re: coconut oil

Hi Skip, I'm sorry if my tone came off a little wrong about the coconut oil being virgin, I didn't mean it in a bad way. :) Please forgive. If you and Jeni could read the information on different coconut oil production at I really feel it would be beneficial. Jeni --My guess is that your coconut oil has been steamed (usually at about 425 degrees) and in doing that they use no chemicals or solvents, but it deodorizes the oil, taking away the coconut smell and flavor, and also some of it's nutrients. The pure virgin that tastes like coconut I think would help you much much more, in my personal feeling. Skip, for yours to taste that bad, I don't think that could be good. At they have a sample that you can buy for $1 of thier coconut supreme virgin coconut oil, you'll be able to see, taste and smell the difference immediately. :) Virgin coconut oil is clear, it looks like water. It makes the most delicious bread, cakes, and popcorn (stuff you can eat after you get rid of the candida lol :) and is great in all avenues of cooking. I want to be able to afford to use it in as my sole cooking oil aside from a little olive oil on hands for things I don't want to have a coconut flavor. We even made sausage gravy with coconut oil and my husband and I liked it. :) Again Skip, I apoligize if I came off wrong with my comment about the virgin oil, I hope I didn't offend you. Peace out, Caitlin Lorraine

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