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Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 29-Ounce Jars (Pack of 2)

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  • Virgin oil, not hydrogenated
  • Rich in medium chain good fats that doctors recommend
  • Heavenly creamy taste of the tropics
  • Processed naturally maintaining its taste, texture, color and aroma
  • No refrigeration required; solid at room temperature and melts at 76 degrees
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Ingredients
100% Organic Unrefined Cold-pressed, Extra-virgin Coconut Oil.

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Product Description

Nutiva's cold-pressed, Organic extra-virgin coconut oil has light taste, pleasant aroma, and pure white color. Please note that any tiny brown specks found at the bottom of Nutiva's Coconut Oil are from the coconut fiber and are indigenous to extra-virgin coconut oil. It is deliciously healthy cooking oil. Better than butter and are USDA Organic. Unrefined with no trans fats, rich in lauric acid.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 1.1 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001E5E1MI
  • UPC: 692752104015
  • Item model number: COC292W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (221 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,801 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

It smells and tastes great--coconutty and slightly sweet.
Observant I
Great product; it has so many uses: skin, cooking, baking, diaper rash cream, hair; it also lasts, a must have.
LUZ M ROMAN RIVERA
It tastes great on toast instead of butter and it is wonderful in a stir fry.
Anne

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61 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Observant I on February 2, 2011
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I've tried a few different brands of extra-virgin coconut oil, and for the most part I'm equally satisfied with them all. Despite the marketing hype, coconut oil brands within each category (virgin, refined, hydrogenated) are very similar. I should specify the qualities I look for in a coconut oil: I want a coconut oil with a rich coconut aroma and taste, maximum nutrition, and minimal processing. For these reasons, I always select an organic, extra-virgin, cold-pressed oil.

I'm pleased that this Nutiva Organic Extra-Virgin Coconut Oil provides these qualities along with an easy-to-find "packed on" and "best before" date. The jars I ordered in late January 2011 were packed on September 13, 2010, and the "best before" date is September 13, 2012. Stored correctly (cool, dark location, no refrigeration needed), this nutrient-dense oil stays fresh for two years. It smells and tastes great--coconutty and slightly sweet.

According to Nutiva, no hexane is used in the processing of this oil. Hexane is a petroleum-derived solvent used in all kinds of industrial applications, from shoe manufacturing to roofing. Interestingly, because hexane's primary molecular structure is carbon, it can be passed off as "organic." Do a little research; "cold-pressed," "organic," AND "hexane-free" are key considerations when selecting your coconut oil for nutrition purposes.

I'm not as pleased with the plastic jars. In fact, I took off a star as a result of the plastic packaging. I feel that a quality organic oil should be stored in a glass jar, and ideally a dark one to reduce oxidation. I've actually selected coconut oils specifically because they come in glass jars, and might have bypassed this product if I hadn't found it on sale at a good price. I put this information in the review to aid those of you who are looking for a coconut oil in a glass jar.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J-J-J-Jinx! VINE VOICE on November 6, 2009
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My bf and I both have subscriptions for this coconut oil. It's a great way to get it for an AMAZING price. I used to order the larger size and I was disappointed when it was unavailable for a while and I had to order the two pack in this smaller size (although really 29 ounces is not that small) but in the end I like it much better. With two smaller ones we can each have one if we end up running out around the same time otherwise, half of the coconut oil stays fresh and unopened. Oh, and if you want to put some on right after a shower, the smaller jar is more likely to actually fit in your shower.

We tried other coconut oils and they were...well...gross. Really rancid tasting. We use this in deep dish pizza crust and the one time we used another brand we basically ruined two giant 14 inch pizza pies. We also use it for flour tortillas, pie crust, refried beans, smoothies, coffee cake, um, all kinds of things. I am planning to try using it instead of butter in a croissant recipe, although I expect it will be quite tricky since it melts at a slightly lower temperature than butter, and gets harder when it hardens. Put it in the fridge and it is hard as a rock.

Anyway, we now use this stuff about as much as we use olive oil, and we've found it actually showing up in recipes in some newer cookbooks now, too, rather than us just trying to substitute and seeing how it works out. It does have a strong coconut smell and flavor, which enhances some recipes in a FABULOUS way, but may be detrimental in others.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By OrganicBeauty on February 21, 2009
This is great for baking. I use it in place of butter for all baking at 350 degrees F. Everyone loves my gluten-free, dairy-free brownies. The oil is hard when refridgerated (cold brownies), but liquifies above 78 degrees F., so it literally melts in your mouth. It also gives brownies a great extra sweetness. You can use it in place of butter or lard in most baking recipes. I also use it in the pancake pan and egg pan and to grease pans before baking. However, this larger-sized bottle is more expensive per oz. than the subscribe and save's other option- two smaller bottles.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mir TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 27, 2009
This is a marvelous product with some interesting health benefits (google it up). You can use it in baking, frying, in sauces, for vegan raw pies, mix with chocolate for puddings, moisturize your hair or skin, soothe rough elbows, etc.

This melts really fast in a pan, so you don't need a high heat. I fry eggs in it, and the coconut taste is subtle. Any ethnic dish that requires sauteeing or saucing and can benefit from a fresh coconut flavor, this is useful. I've cooked meats in it, as well. If you hate the smell/taste of coconut, obviously, this is not for you.

This brand, Nutiva, is organic and virgin. It smells so good. And I have an old jar that I never finished (really big one), and nearly two years later, after sitting right by the stove, it still smells fresh, like Cuban coconut candy my mom used to make. Yes, solid and fresh and white and fragrant TWO YEARS LATER. This is a very stable product.

Recommended.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By SueSews on September 15, 2011
I had to chime in here. I have the 29oz and have looked all over the web (including the Nutiva site) to see if they mention what plastic this container is. Nowhere is it to be found. There are a handful of mentions of no. 1 plastic (when it was in a clear jar). But nothing about these white plastic jars that now seem to be the norm for most sizes. So when I got home today I turned mine over and found a "2". HDPE. Don't have to worry about BPA but I don't know much about HDPE.

If they carried this in a glass jar I would be happier though I would need to find at local brick and mortar stores because I am sure shipping would be a lot. Like others on account of the container, I give it a 4 star rating.

This is the BEST EVCO I have had to date and I will continue to use it. As for transferring it to another container: I have many Ball jars because I use a foodsaver vacuum sealer to keep things. However, the lining of the jar lids is apparently BPA rich. So, I will keep it in the white plastic number 2 and hope for the best.

Again, this is a great quality EVCO and I haven't heard a single bad word about it except for the plastic jar so wanted to add what information I could for those making a decision.
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