Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil (Giveaway)

Virgin Coconut Oil, Gold Label - 1 quart
CLOSED-- Congratulations to Jen! (entry #3 chosen by Random.org)

I discovered Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil a few years ago and love it! The flavor is wonderful in baked goods. It also makes delicious pan-fried fish or sauted vegetables. If you don’t care for the coconut flavor, Tropical Traditions’ expeller-pressed varieties are tasteless. One of my kids doesn’t like the flavor of the Gold Label coconut oil, but the rest of us love it. I think it adds that “something special” to our regular recipes.
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We made these cookies with 1/2 butter and 1/2 coconut oil and they were delicious—rich and chewy. I also recommend this combination in shortbread and peanut butter cookies.
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Check out this page to see more ways to use coconut oil. Just looking will make your mouth water!
Tropical Traditions has frequent sales and if you keep up with them, you can often find products buy one, get one free. If you happen to make a first-time purchase through one of the links in this post, you will also receive a FREE gift, the book "Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people's lives and how it can change yours!" This book is packed with testimonies and solid research describing the benefits of coconut oil, and also includes over 85 recipes showing how people can incorporate coconut into their diet.


Giveaway! (Ends May 7)
Would you like to win a free quart of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil?
To enter you must sign up for the Tropical Traditions email sales newsletter. (This will alert you to sales, such as buy-one-get-one-free sales.)  Leave a comment below telling me that you have done so.
For additional entries:
  • Follow me on Google Friend Connect. Tell me what you would use your Gold Label Virgin Coconut oil for.
  • “Like” Tropical Traditions on Facebook.
  • Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.
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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. I have an affiliate relationship with this company.
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  6. If I win the coconut oil, I'd use it in place of any recipe calling for shortening, and also use it in any "on the stove" recipe calling for sauteing foods in vegetable or olive oil.

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  13. I would use the coconut oil for baking.

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  19. I would use the coconut oil for baking and cooking.
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  23. I'd use it in everyday cooking to help replace dairy where I can since I can't have dairy... my fav recipe is to use it in place of butter & pour over freshly popped popcorn, spinkle with sea salt & fresh cracked pepper. yum!

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  49. follow on google.

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  52. would love to the oil for baking GF muffins!

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