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Oh, I think I get it. Sounds like it's just another brand of coconut butter, that is, ground up coconuts. Looks like every brand has their own name for the thing. Like "coconut spread" and coconut "butter". And yes, coconut oil and pure coconut products don't need refrigeration--amazing eh?
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Coconut cream is like coconut milk but has a lower water content. Making it creamier...

I found this:
Coconut cream is very similar to coconut milk but contains less water. The difference is mainly consistency. It has a thicker, more paste-like consistency, while coconut milk is generally a liquid. Coconut cream is used as an ingredient in cooking, having a mild non-sweet taste.

Coconut cream can be made by simmering 1 part shredded coconut with one part water or milk until frothy,[1] then straining the mixture through a cheesecloth, squeezing out as much liquid as possible; this is coconut milk. The coconut milk is refrigerated and allowed to set. Coconut cream is the thick non-liquid part that separates and rises to the top of the coconut milk.

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The brand I buy is Nutiva, it's called Coconut Manna. The only ingredient is organic whole coconut. It does not have to be refigerated but it does solidify and may need to be heated. It's the consistency of creamy peanut butter.

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Strom, what is coconut "cream". I know about coconut milk, coconut water, coconut butter and coconut oil but not "cream".

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I use coconut oil, EVOO (Spectrum and Rapunzel), sesame oil, walnut oil and butter. I've been using spritzer's that I bought from Pampered Chef 2 or 3 years ago and they still work fine. Also, I use organic coconut cream on toast and it is heavenly! I've also made walnut butter (walnuts w/coconut oil) which is excellent on apples or toast. I think our "local" (60 miles from my house) Whole Foods carries avocado oil,but I've never tried it.

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coconut butter is delicious right off of the spoon. It is the oil with the fibre still in it.

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I eat bread sporadically. If I bake some I eat it; if I don't, I don't. I haven't tried just eating the coconut oil, but I have tried cooking with it. I haven't been making any kind of effort to add more fat to my diet; I've just been trying to remember to use it in place of EVOO or butter when cooking certain foods for a change of pace.





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Sushi, do you eat bread? If so, a great way to use and get the benefits of coconut oil is to use it like butter on toast. It might taste strange and/or bland at first but in a very short time you might even prefer it to butter. You can sprinkle a bit of sea salt on if you desire. Up until recently I had a piece of "buttered" toast with coconut oil 3 or 4 times a week. But lately I've cut my bread down to about one slice a week so I'm having to find other ways to use coconut oil. I'm thinking of incorporating it into my chicken and egg salads.

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I use EVOO and butter (from pastured cows). I just recently bought some coconut oil and have be trying to use that sometimes. I use sesame oil for flavor but I don't cook with it per se.



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You are right WACHRWILL that many products sold as "olive oil" are actually a mix of OO and other oils. Many salad dressings on the grocer's shelves that are labeled "Olive Oil" on the front of the bottle are actually a mix and sometimes even have more of other oils than then do of OO. However, there are many brands of oils that are pure olive oil and of good quality. You really must read ingredients to be sure. And like FIT_ARTIST, stick to the cold pressed ones and organic too if you can afford it. Extra Virgin is the first pressing and is the most pure.
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I usually get Spectrum. I get the organic, cold pressed.

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In my pantry I have EVOO, grapeseed oil, coconut oil and avocado oil. I also use butter.

Question - I've come across some articles on the internet stating that many of the olive oils sold in the states are not 100% olive oil. They are hazelnut oils and canola oils with some olive oil added for taste and color. So I'm curious, what brands does everyone use?


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yEAH... i KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN.

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I use mostly olive oil, but also butter, chicken fat and coconut oil. But really, I don't use all that much of anything. Now that I am doing lower carb and not eating bread, there's little point to having all the butter.

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That is very interesting. Was it only avocado oil or did it have other ingredients? I'm really curious. If it was just avocado oil I might try some when mosquitoes come around!

Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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Or get a dog, they will be happy to take care of the overspray if it is within two feet of the floor.

I have seen avocado oil in South America, it was not a food stuff, it was used for a mosquito repellant, worked really well.


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The paper towel method works pretty good too.

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Well, if you really want to hold it far away and get overspray, hold the pan over the sink. Then you won't mess up the whole kitchen!

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I will think about that "Misto" sprayer. I did have a different brand so maybe it WAS faulty. But I also found that even with a store-bought oil spray that it was hard to keep the oil just on the pan. It wants to go out in the air and find its way to other things...like the counter, or floor. If I hold the sprayer closer to avoid that problem then I find I have to spray longer to cover the whole area. I guess I've just not got the hang of this spraying-your-oil-on-the-pan thing

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Ani I use a Misto sprayer that I have had at least 6 months and have had no problem with it. It has not clogged and no mess. Maybe it was the brand, or a faulty one?

I use olive oil, coconut oil, sunflower oil, and sesame oil. I am open to trying others but this is really what I have found organic.

Laura I wonder if organic canola oil is just as bad?

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I use EV olive oil and sesame oil.


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Olive oil and coconut oil

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The facts are always confusing! Some will tell you that the best (healthiest and most flavorful) olive oils are the ones that can break down with high heat and that the more refined ones are the ones with the higher smoke point. Maybe if I just wait a while, reading what I can, I will finally get the truth (thanks for that link Laura--interesting)

I occasionally will cook with evoo but keep a close eye on it. You can't beat the flavor of sautéing onions in olive oil that's for sure.

I had one of those oil sprayers once and it just kept clogging and it was messy. I guess I will just stick to (no pun intended here) using my fingers and/or a piece of paper towel to oil pans.

When questioning which oils are best I don't think there is a great difference in the health benefit of most (underline that word "most") commonly used oils. What I believe is the main difference between oils that will effect our health is how (underline that word "how") the oils are manufactured and stored. I use sunflower oil, safflower oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, sesame oil, etc but I always choose cold pressed (expellar pressed) and organic. And storing them in a cool, dark place is very important.

Typical liquid oils from the supermarket are absolutely NOT good for us. ALWAYS look for organic to avoid GMO and pesticides, herbicides, and toxic chemical fertilizers. And always try to buy cold pressed oils as they will retain the nutrients and you will be avoiding the oxidative damage cause by conventional processing. Purchase your oils in small enough containers to ensure that they will be used up quickly and not go rancid (oxidize)

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Ya I got my own spritzer and love it!
I'm just wondering about safflower oil, is it clean? Dr. Oz was recommending 1-1.5 tsp daily for health and weightloss.

Oh good to know about the evoo, I read it should just be used for dressings and stuff not involving heat. It is so hard to get the facts and keep them straight. I'm sure in time I will get itemoticon

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Also, EVOO is fine for cooking. It actually does have a fairly high smoke point. Fine for a quick stir fry. I wouldn't recomend deep frying with it though...
High quality EVOO has a higher smoke point than lesser quality EVOO.

www.oliveoilsource.com/page/heating-olive-
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I use some real high quality stuff and I have NEVER seen it smoke... but I also don't turn the burner up FULL BLAST either. If I'm gonna cook at higher temps I normally use coconut or grapeseed oils.

If your oil begins to smoke, the oil should be discarded.



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great post!
I use sesame oil and olive oil.....they seem to meet my needs

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You know... you can buy an oil spritzer and just put your EVOO in it. It sprays olive oil just like a can of PAM. You simply build up pressure in the can by giving it a few pumps.
Here is one here... but I'm sure there are all kinds of makes/brands/types around

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I think Pam is a terribly bad idea as far as healthy goes. Sorryemoticon Read the ingredient list and you'll see what I mean.
Also it's not safe to heat olive oil, it is best used for stuff like salads. But coconut oil can be heated and is safe to cook with.
Parchment paper is ideal, no need for oil and no calories.
I know I have a hard time keeping it straight myself. Too much to learn.



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I rarely use oil as it tends to upset my stomach. But I do use EVOO to coat veggies to roast and also to make dressings sometimes.

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I use olive oil to cook; and coconut oil for butter. I also use Pam spray to cook to reduce calories. Is that a bad idea?

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I mostly just use coconut oil and olive oil.
What about safflower oil Laura, is it ok?


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I saw Chef Lynne Crawford use it... in food. lol
She said she has a hard time finding it. And I know I have never seen it anywhere. I don't think I would want to try the stuff at the drugstore on my food. lol

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i found avocado oil @ the drugstore??? a very little bottle, u can use it for your elbows feet
etc...Ive never seen it @ the grocery stores or in a recipes.
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I currently only use olive oil unless I'm stirfrying then I'll use hot sesame oil. Once in a while I'll use coconut oil (I've had a jar forever now). I've had to get rid of the other oils I was using because they expired (veg oil, canola oil).



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What type of oils do you use?
I use:

coconut oil
grapeseed oil
macadamia nut oil
walnut oil
EV olive oil
and if I ever find avocado oil I will definitely try that! lol

Here is an article on why we should avoid canola oil. Canola sounds like a healthy oil, and I know a lot of you are still using it...

www.naturalnews.com/031550_canola_oil_side
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