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Refined coconut oil generally refers to an oil that has gone through a process that removes coconut flavor, aroma, and impurities.
Organic coconuts are opened and quickly dried. These dried coconuts are then mechanically pressed to remove the oil. No chemical solvents are used at any time during the process. Any free fatty acids in the oil are removed. Next, the oil is run through diatomaceous earth and finally, steam distilled.
The resulting oil is pure and neutral in both taste and aroma. It is commonly sold as expeller-pressed coconut oil. It’s ideal for baking, sautéing, frying, and cooking and is usually the most budget-friendly type of coconut oil.
WFN goes the extra mile to give you an ultra-clean oil, however.
After steam distillation, it travels to the Netherlands where it is further filtered and cleaned. The result is a clear, delicious oil — the crème de la crème of expeller-pressed coconut oil.
Have you ever had French fries made in refined coconut oil?! They taste excellent and still contain the medium chain triglycerides that are coveted in coconut oil. Few people seem to know that this oil can often be reused because of its high heat stability.
The main differences between refined coconut oil and virgin coconut oil are:
Quality And Taste Testing
Wilderness Family Naturals’ refined coconut oil is called Ultra Clean Supreme Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil. It is:Certified organic
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