cocofresh Coconut oil  500g £2.50 @ Asda
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cocofresh Coconut oil 500g £2.50 @ Asda

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Found 19th Feb 2015
Spotted this in Asda Wembley, have already tried this coconut oil and after using various brands of coconut oil including the expensive brands which goes for over £10 upto £17, the quality of this product is impressive and it only costs £2.50. I regularly use coconut oil for frying mainly due to health benefits and the taste/fragrance, before I use to spend more money for a similar quality product.
*** I am not sure if you can buy this online ***
Quality way better than KTC and comes in a glass bottle as compare to plastic jar

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Online too, had it delivered yesterday.

Original Poster

o0hope0o

Online too, had it delivered yesterday.


Thanks for the info

I don't think this is cold pressed. (correct me if i'm wrong)

if it's not cold pressed it loses all its health benefits.

This would however be ideal for applying to dry skin or for make-up.

I am voting cold as it's not really a good price as not organic or cold pressed

Cold. neither organic or cold pressed. Thats why its cheaper.May as well buy normal veg oil.

hot! great for using on cradle cap and make up remover, pressed or not pressed. great price.

May try get this.. Been using coconut oil on my 18 month old son - couple of times a week before bath....

Original Poster

Coconut oil has a high heat point compared to other oils, so you can use both types (Cold-pressed & Expeller-pressed) of oil for your cooking and baking needs up to about 350 degrees, the bottle says "great for frying, baking roasting or just spreading" I also spread it on my toast with Nutella and it tastes good.

Edited by: "Xpert_1" 19th Feb 2015

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pwnage

I don't think this is cold pressed. (correct me if i'm wrong)if it's not … I don't think this is cold pressed. (correct me if i'm wrong)if it's not cold pressed it loses all its health benefits.This would however be ideal for applying to dry skin or for make-up.


I don't think it is cold pressed as there is no mentioning of it on the bottle, but coconut oil has a high heat point and both cold pressed and expeller pressed are suitable for edible purposes. Honestly if I get an option to choose from a cold pressed and expeller pressed for the same price, I would go for the cold pressed but after using other expensive brands I am impressed by the quality of this one too. Good quality and easy on the pocket

Not Cold Pressed, Not Organic Rubbish for health benefits. You get what you pay for.

If it's not cold pressed, you may as well drink a tube of glue, because that's what they use in the chemical extraction process of these cheaper oils. No health benefits in these cheaper brands at all.

Holland and Barratt's penny sale or buy one get one half price sales are a good time to stock up on the cold pressed versions. I usually get two big jars for just over £10. Using sparingly on hair and in cooking and coffee, it' lasts ages.

Sorry but have to vote cold as it's made with Glue and other horrible chemicals.

Edited by: "Hazzsta" 20th Feb 2015

i'm in loooovvvvee with tha COCO!

pwnage

I don't think this is cold pressed. (correct me if i'm wrong)if it's not … I don't think this is cold pressed. (correct me if i'm wrong)if it's not cold pressed it loses all its health benefits.This would however be ideal for applying to dry skin or for make-up.


This is true re it being cold pressed .That is why it is cheaper as not as good for us as virgin cold pressed pref organic (no nasty extras in it!).
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