I have used the oil for everything all week. I made some amazing Coconut Balls, used it in my rice, as a substitute for non stick spray, in my pancakes, cooking tacos, and more. For ideas you can see the hundreds of ways to use Coconut Oil. You can see I have been having a blast. My kids could not put their finger on what is was that was different in this weeks meals, but they asked what I changed. They loved the taste and keep asking for more (Coconut Balls will be in Fridays post- Yummy). Coconut and Olive Oil have been my only two oils in the house. I usually only use Olive Oil on my breads and raw dishes. Olive Oil is not ideal for frying or in high temp dishes. Coconut oil can be used in cooking, baking, frying, and raw.
I love skin care products that use Coconut Oil and the nourishing feel it leaves on my skin. Occasionally I would take a little bit on the Gold Label Standard on my finger and just rub right on my lips as a moisturizer! This one oil can substitute so many things in the house. As people are becoming more aware of the toxins and additives in products they are reaching for cleaner items. Coconut oil is being used more around the world in laundry detergents, spa products, baking, and the list goes on.
They offer different size containers to meet your families needs, 16 ounce, 32 ounces, 1 gallon, and 5 gallon.
They offer a variety of item in coconut flours, shredded coconut, creams, vinegars, hair products, body products, household products and more. You can read more about these products on Tropical Traditions home page.