What are some different ways to eat coconut oil?
I read about the health benefits of organic coconut oil & bought some.I read a hub that says adding it to tea and coffee is good. That sounds kinda strange but I'll try it. What are some other ways to eat it other than using it as cooking oil or in smoothies?
I have heard that you can use coconut oil as an oil substitute. I have not tried it but you can try it in some baked goods like cookies and cakes that call for vegetable oil. I also heard that you can use it to fry food; I wonder what fried shrimp or chicken would taste like? I have not heard using it in tea or coffee but worth a try. Good luck with experiments.
I use coconut oil in cooking and as a moisturizer. But I have never heard about adding it in tea and coffee.
It is fantastic in a recipe of cooked rice with smoked mackerel, salt, onions and pepper to taste. Hmmmm finger-licking good!
by Versatile Health 7 years ago
Just want to get a quick tally of how many people on this forum are using vegetable oil to cook with still. I have been doing a lot of research lately about the dangers associated with cooking with these oils and want to see what others opinions are on it...Let me know!
by MomsTreasureChest 14 months ago
What are some ways you use coconut oil?I use coconut oil for making popcorn I love the flavor it adds; I also use coconut oil as a moisturizer, and for a coconut sea salt/sugar scrub.
by shriash 7 years ago
1. olive oil2. corn oil3. cocount oil4. sunflower oil
by Jan Fowler 7 years ago
What is the healthiest sugar alternative for your tea and coffee?There have been many claims that certain substitutes are carcinogenic and otherwise unhealthy. What is the best choice?
by Jewels 4 years ago
I'm about to embark on my biggest act of will yet. Beating the sugar addiction. Sugar is said to be akin to heroin - makes the task sound daunting Giving up cigarettes is also said to be like giving up heroin - I've been smoke free since 2002. To give up processed sugar...
by visionandfocus 6 years ago
Have you thrown out all your vegetable oils and started using olive and coconut oil instead?
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