I saw solid coconut oil being sold in a bulk box of 35lbs for like $45 at The Web Restaurant Store meant for use with popcorn. They had both solid and solid white. But even with googling it, I couldn't find out whether you could use it for other cooking. Is there a difference with this type of coconut oil that makes it only for popcorn? It's a great price, otherwise.
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Best avoided - It sounds as if it could be hydogenated if it is sold boxed - "The melting point of hydrogenated coconut oil is 97???104 ??F (36???40 ??C)"wikipedia.
I'm not familiar with that specific product but i don't see why you shouldn't use it.
My opinion is stick with the $6 Trader Joe's jar. Organic, unrefined, extra virgin.
I used the coconut oil for popcorn yesterday evening. I used 3 spoons worth of it to make popcorn. I got my allergic reaction of my life. I did seek immediate help. The product I used was the coconut oil pure extra virgin (100% organic). Maybe that was case, it was too strong for my body.
You'll just have to check the labelling or dig into the company to find out if the oil has been buggered with. If it hasn't, their going to be suprised by a bunch of new orders!