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  • Robin Hoogenboom

    I add 1 T of coconut to my smoothie every morning.

  • ANA

    In and on EVERYTHING – yummy for my inside and yummy for my outside 🙂

  • Lily seeto

    Great as a face moisturiser and massage oil!

  • Andrea Lewis

    Add a good dollop of coconut oil with chia seeds (soaked overnight in juice), flaxseed meal, blueberries, yoghurt, lemon rind and a dash of pure vanilla makes the most sustaining breakfast – keeps me going all day and so delicious!

  • DR

    Winter breakfasts : add some to cooked rolled oats for a surprise treat 🙂
    Summer breakfasts : add to banana & pinapple juice smoothie 🙂

  • Vicki

    Excellent for conditioning hair and as a body moisturiser. Tastes great in a breakfast smoothie.

  • Dallas Schroder

    I love to use it as a conditioning treatment for my hair mixed with a few drops of lavender essential oil, I also use it on my face, great for my dry skin & lips too! haven’t tried in cooking yet, but I will! lots of great suggestions here 🙂

  • Nikki

    I give any surplus to my dog. Maddie can’t stop licking her lips afterwards. I’m sure it contributes to her health coat.

  • Maree

    i use it in my energy balls – whizz up nuts (any type/combination), dates, chia, coconut thread, nut butter (eg peanut, almond), sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, and then add enough coconut oil to make mix stick together. roll into balls and then toss in coconut or ground almonds. store in fridge. yummy as an afternoon energy pick me up.

  • Mo

    Not me! but my husband takes coconut oil every day and with his memory loss – it helps him to remember!!

  • Danielle

    Great for drawing splinters to the skin’s surface 🙂

  • Jessica

    It makes my homemade pumpkin soup SING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Lizzie

    I use it for oil pulling (makes teeth so white)
    I use it to remove my eye makeup (even gets stubborn waterproof off with ease)
    I eat three table poons of it a day
    I even feed it to my cats! Their skin and coats are amazing!

  • Cynthia

    Used it to remove tar from skin – WOW – it flew off ! Much to the males’s surprise ! Painless and effective.

  • Paul Carruthers

    I mix a tablespoon of coconut oil with a large cup of almond milk, heated but not to boiling point, and then mix it with a large teaspoon of raw unpasteurised honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon. It makes a beautiful, warm, creamy drink, filled with nutritious goodness.

    I also put a large teaspoon of coconut oil in with my black plunger coffee, it blends really well and tastes great.