Re: Organic Coconut Oil
Posted by Linda Mandala on June 26, 2011, 7:15 pm, in reply to "Re: Organic Coconut Oil"
Hi Cruz, |
Sorry did not get back sooner, but no, the oil does not need to be refrigerated. It has a 2 yr shelf life out of the fridge and of course much longer than that if you do keep it cold. The only inconvenience is that it will be solid then and a little harder to use. The Coconut Cream is yummy stuff - mostly it is used in the manufacture of cookies, baked goods, drinks, candies etc. However, it is delicious on toast, pancakes, or in smoothies or to make pina coladas. I use it to make energy balls mixed with ground nuts, shredded coconut, sometimes chocolate, stevia, seeds, greens powder, vanilla, - you only need use your imagination to make all sorts of great stuff. I press the mixture into a plastic container and put it in the fridge to get solid then cut into squares and keep them in a container in the fridge for whenever I have a "sweet craving" Lots of people use the cream to make curries and indonesian food, coconut shrimp or chicken - the list goes on......
for info on the incredible benefits of coconut oil you can visit Dr, Fife's website coconutresearchcenter.org or Dr. Mercola at mercola.com and search for coconut oil.
Have a great day!
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