Biona Organic Coconut Virgin Oil (800g) - £12.95 @ Dolphin Fitness
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Biona Organic Coconut Virgin Oil (800g) - £12.95 @ Dolphin Fitness

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Found 2nd Aug 2013
Great with an espresso!!!


Biona Organic Coconut Virgin Oil (800g)
Biona Organic Coconut Virgin Oil is dried at a low temperature in the process known as Cold Pressing, it therefore is not subject to direct heating during pressing. This careful production process preserves the valuable properties of coconut oil.

Biona Organic Coconut Virgin Oil is unrefined, unbleached and non-deodorised

Nutritional Information Per 100g
Energy: 857 kcal / 3586 kJ
Protein: 0 g
Carbohydrate: 0 g
of which sugars: 0 g
Fat: 100 g
Saturates: 89.3 g
Poly unsaturates: 3.57 g
Mono unsaturates: 0.71 g
Ingredients
100% organic raw virgin coconut oil
Allergen Information
Dairy Free
Gluten Free
No added cane or beet sugar
Vegan

11 Comments

Banned

how do they know that the coconuts are virgins?

u can get KTC pure coconut oil off ebay just over a 5er including delivery for 500 grams.....also listed 2 x 500 grams for 8.99 free delivery
Edited by: "BSAR101" 2nd Aug 2013

BSAR101

u can get KTC pure coconut oil off ebay just over a 5er including … u can get KTC pure coconut oil off ebay just over a 5er including delivery for 500 grams.....also listed 2 x 500 grams for 8.99 free delivery



Your going to get a lecture now about the differences between 'pure' and 'Virgin' coconut oils, the same as every other coconut oil post. Don't say I didn't warn you...

100g of fat per 100g. Someone explain what this stuff is beneficial for im not in the know?

sideysid

Your going to get a lecture now about the differences between 'pure' and … Your going to get a lecture now about the differences between 'pure' and 'Virgin' coconut oils, the same as every other coconut oil post. Don't say I didn't warn you...



KTC IS RUBBISH!PURE IS NOT THE SAME AS VIRGIN!!!
THIS OIL IS GOOD STUFF AND RICH IN LAURIC ACID WHICH AIDS IN DIGESTION!CHEAPER OILS GIVE YA WIND!

It's part of the Paleo thing. Basically this doesn't turn harmful when you heat it, unlike a lot of other vegetable based oils.

So do you cook with it or spread it on your toast with some jam?

Confused!

sweet

Anywhere you'd usually use oil, lard, fat for cooking, use this instead.

It's not expired still the same price I've just ordered one. I normally pay £8.95 for 400g
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