Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil
About Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil:
Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is a truly unrefined coconut oil. This coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts. Testing done in independent laboratories on coconut oil antioxidants reveals higher levels of phenolic antioxidants than other coconut oils. The fresh coconut meat is shredded (wet milled), and then cold-pressed using the water from inside the coconuts to make coconut milk. The milk is then allowed to sit for about half a day, while the oil naturally separates from the heavier water. The oil is then filtered from the curds (coconut solids). No chemical or high-heat treatment is used, and this oil contains notrans fatty acids. . This high-grade Virgin Coconut Oil has a long shelf life due to the high antioxidant properties. The Gold Label Standard is our highest standard for Virgin Coconut Oil.
Don’t miss out on current sales at Tropical Traditions. Right now you can buy one 16 oz. jar and get one free until May 24th. Check out their sales page here.
You can read more about how virgin coconut oil is different from other coconut oils on their website: What is Virgin Coconut Oil?
Read about all the advantages of buying coconut oil online: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/buy-coconut-oil.htm
Read about the health benefits of coconut oil: http://coconutoil.com
Review by Mom Does Reivews:
After seeing Tropical Traditions Coconut oil as a giveaway on facebook, I thought sure it was a fancy tanning oil. I was pretty far off. Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is actually a healthier alternative to corn oil, vegetable oil or butter. It is one of the least processed oils, that helps it retain the coconut flavor. You can use it in just about anything. I was skeptical at first to even try it for cooking because my son doesn’t like coconut. But after I made pancakes and used coconut oil instead of spray Pam, I was hooked. There was a slightly sweet coconut taste to the pancakes which made them so much better. I used coconut oil in brownies that I made also. They were so much more moist than when I use vegetable or canola oil. I have replaced butter or vegetable oil with coconut oil in all my baking.
Coconut oil can be used in coffee ( I haven’t tried that yet but I plan to), on toast or muffins, as part of your beauty regimen for your hair and skin and can even put it in your smoothies or chocolate milk. For FREE coconut oil recipes, go here. I’m sure you can think of many ways to use coconut oil.
There are places to buy coconut oil locally, but the quality will never live up to Tropical Traditions. The whole labor intensive process can’t be replicated in a factory in Detroit. If you have tried local coconut oil, try Tropical Traditions and see what you have been missing!
Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.