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Lucy Bee extra virgin raw coconut oil £2.50 for 500ml Tesco instore

£2.50 @ Tesco
As in title. White shelf label reduced from £10 BB Jan 2019 Read More
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As in title. White shelf label reduced from £10
BB Jan 2019
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2w, 23h agoFound 2 weeks, 23 hours ago
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#1
What Tesco?
#2
None in Grimsby
1 Like #3
Or £1.98 from Morrison's for the KTC brand which is just as good for cooking.
1 Like #4
Baldieman64
Or £1.98 from Morrison's for the KTC brand which is just as good for cooking.
Not cold press and certainly not raw
#5
Mori
What Tesco?
St. Helens there was quite a few at time of posting
#6
Neostar
Baldieman64
Or £1.98 from Morrison's for the KTC brand which is just as good for cooking.
Not cold press and certainly not raw
You say that like it makes a difference.
If you'd spent any time around copra processing plants, you be more than happy that it's been heated before arriving in your kitchen.
#7
Baldieman64
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Baldieman64
Or £1.98 from Morrison's for the KTC brand which is just as good for cooking.
Not cold press and certainly not raw
You say that like it makes a difference.
If you'd spent any time around copra processing plants, you be more than happy that it's been heated before arriving in your kitchen.

Could you eloborate? I'm curious
#8
hkkaxe
Baldieman64
Neostar
Baldieman64
Or £1.98 from Morrison's for the KTC brand which is just as good for cooking.
Not cold press and certainly not raw
You say that like it makes a difference.
If you'd spent any time around copra processing plants, you be more than happy that it's been heated before arriving in your kitchen.
Could you eloborate? I'm curious
They split the coconuts and leave them out in the sun until the white comes away from the shell. There is no covering so they get flies on them birds do their business from above and they get nibbled and peed on by rodents. The smell is "interesting".
Plenty of other foodstuffs (rice, coffee, black pepper etc) get similar treatments so that's not a huge issue in and of itself but I'd certainly rather eat the resulting product after heat treatment and microfiltering.
1 Like #10
Great if you're a hipster who believes a gimmick such as changing what oil you use will change your life
#11
bee. not vegan.

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