Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil Giveaway

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    I use my coconut oil to season all of my wooden cooking utensils, along with using it for moisturizing my hands & body and as a hair conditioner. Of course we use coconut oil as one of our main cooking fats, along with local pastured butter and organic olive oil. Coconut oil has a higher smoking point than olive oil and butter, so it's very useful in high heat cooking. It makes the best popcorn when mixed with ghee and you can't beat potatoes fried in coconut oil. I've tried many different brands of coconut oil, and a few different varieties before finding Tropical Traditions and falling in love with their products. I have many of their products in my pantry: Gold Label Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil, Coconut Cream, Shredded Coconut and I also get my tuna from them and I love them all - if you're looking for great quality coconut products look no further.

    use the various Tropical Traditions products for different things. The Gold Label Extra Virgin is a fragrant coconut oil, meaning that is smells of coconut and infuses food with a slight coconut flavor. If you've ever tried using it for cooking mushrooms or something you quickly realize that it works in some applications and not others. I do not like the virgin oil when it comes to frying potatoes, mushrooms, onions or other savory type applications. It does however work beautifully in baked goods where a hint of coconut enhances the flavor. I use the Virgin Coconut oil in my healthy carrot oatmeal bites. It also makes basmati rice taste exotic and tropical. Simple add one Tablespoon for each cup of rice and you'll be pleasantly surprised at how delicious the rice is.

    Head on over to my blog for your chance to win a 32 oz jar of Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions

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