KTC Pure Coconut Oil 250 ml 99p @ Morrisons
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KTC Pure Coconut Oil 250 ml 99p @ Morrisons

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Found 15th Dec 2013
This product is gluten free
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Ooo brilliant spot! International food section ?
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Edited by: "stealthx" 15th Dec 2013
My mum used to run this into my hair when I was an infant.

Good spot
Hey what a great price heat added
Good find, i'll look out for it, haven't seen it in supermarkets yet, only ever bought online.
This is so processed it is bad for you. Use virgin oil please!!
thnx op

Edited by: "mightydazza" 15th Dec 2013
This is a good deal but this is not virgin oil so not as good for you.

Use this to cook poultry and seafood on LOW temperature only, if you use it on high heat the oil breaks down and becomes bad for you just like olive oil.

I use rapeseed oil for high cooking. And Virgin coconut oil for low cooking, or chuck into a bit of curry for a nice flavor.
It's stocked in the 'ethnic' section of health and beauty .
Quality oil, high smoke point. Heat added for a doubly valuable product, good value for your pocket and for yours and your families health!
people saying it's bad for you and can't be cooked at high heat: wrong.

livestrong.com/art…ng/

Edited by: "fuhu78888" 15th Dec 2013
My son has really curly hair & we use this to keep his and his dad's hair under control. Great stuff as long as you use minimally (or you 'll look like an oil slick!) We can never find it in mainstream shops so have found a Jamaican produce shop fairly local we can get it from. Great product for all sorts of stuff.
Just slap in it your hair and wrap a warm towel around your head. Leave a couple of hours or overnight and wash out well. Makes your feel stronger. They say its good for hair loss but never tried it for that so can't say.
canada16

This is a good deal but this is not virgin oil so not as good for you. … This is a good deal but this is not virgin oil so not as good for you. Use this to cook poultry and seafood on LOW temperature only, if you use it on high heat the oil breaks down and becomes bad for you just like olive oil. I use rapeseed oil for high cooking. And Virgin coconut oil for low cooking, or chuck into a bit of curry for a nice flavor.



yeah not as good as the pure virgin,cold pressed,but its still contains all the good reasons to use coconut oil in first place,just a lower count.

regarding the temperature thing,on my heat dial on cooker i use a 2-4 with coconut oil(goes upto 6) because if i go 5 and above it does smoke and it can only kill more nutrients
Edited by: "ramiuk1" 15th Dec 2013
Health Considerations
Refined coconut oil is sometimes hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated. Hydrogenation increases the shelf life of foods, but hydrogenated oils contain trans fats that raise cholesterol and should be limited in your diet . Look on the food label for the words "hydrogenated" or "partially hydrogenated" to determine if a product contains trans fats.


Refined Coconut Oil
If fresh coconut meat is not immediately pressed for oil, it will have to pass through a purification system known as refining. Refining involves deodorization and filtration. High heat deodorizes the oil and bleaching clays filter the oil to remove impurities. Most modern methods of the refinement process use chemical solvents.
canada16

Health ConsiderationsRefined coconut oil is sometimes hydrogenated or … Health ConsiderationsRefined coconut oil is sometimes hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated. Hydrogenation increases the shelf life of foods, but hydrogenated oils contain trans fats that raise cholesterol and should be limited in your diet . Look on the food label for the words "hydrogenated" or "partially hydrogenated" to determine if a product contains trans fats.Refined Coconut OilIf fresh coconut meat is not immediately pressed for oil, it will have to pass through a purification system known as refining. Refining involves deodorization and filtration. High heat deodorizes the oil and bleaching clays filter the oil to remove impurities. Most modern methods of the refinement process use chemical solvents.



which is hexane,KTC DO NOT USE IT.
they use a different method which it states at the top
For a delicious start to the day add this along with unsalted butter to your coffee and blend.
Always £1 in local Asian shops
Anything it doesn't do?
bagga212

My mum used to run this into my hair when I was an infant.Good spot



It's actually good for your hair, but only in the summer months, as it can dry out in cold weather and start leaving flakes.
fuhu78888

people saying it's bad for you and can't be cooked at high heat: wrong. … people saying it's bad for you and can't be cooked at high heat: wrong. http://www.livestrong.com/article/446041-is-coconut-oil-good-for-frying-on-high-temperature-cooking/

Erm... did you read the section about refined coconut oil? That stuff has been bleached and deodorised. I LOVE coconut oil and use it ever day but I wouldn't touch this stuff. Nutiva is a very good brand but, unfortunately, far from cheap.
Agreed. I would not touch KTC either. Risk of residue chemicals due to manufacturing process. Cheap? Yes, but there may be at a different sort of cost. Also, it doesnt have that beautiful coconut smell, so why bother!
This brand is pharmaceutical type, best to get biona organic etc.
Do people really fall for al this garbage each time a new 'miracle food' appears as the latest fad? This time next year coconut oil will have been forgotten about and we''l be onto some other 'cure all' magic potion.

At least there seem to be some sensible people who just treat is as a useful thing to have around the home. The people who write all that marketing guff should be shot though
HOT HOT HOT!

I love coconut oil and use it for almost everything.

thanks X)
Recommended by our GP for applying instead of Sudocream to guard against nappy rash for the little one, normally costs around £7 for 6 bottles on subscribe and save, Good find!
It's a excellent hair conditioner when on holiday, also used it with a bit of sea salt for a body scrub

then use as a moisturiser if your staying in at night, because it does need to be rinsed off.
good price. you can also find it in 500g in Tesco for £2.25.

I use it for cooking instead of any other vegetable oil. I also buy virgin organic from Amazon which is nicer but more expensive.

hot.
MmMd

good price. you can also find it in 500g in Tesco for £2.25. I use it for … good price. you can also find it in 500g in Tesco for £2.25. I use it for cooking instead of any other vegetable oil. I also buy virgin organic from Amazon which is nicer but more expensive.hot.



never seen it in my tesco.
checked oil and foreign sections and nothing
If I could vote a million times I would this stuff is amazing hope there is some in stock near me!!!
Jeezeypeeps

Do people really fall for al this garbage each time a new 'miracle food' … Do people really fall for al this garbage each time a new 'miracle food' appears as the latest fad? This time next year coconut oil will have been forgotten about and we''l be onto some other 'cure all' magic potion. At least there seem to be some sensible people who just treat is as a useful thing to have around the home. The people who write all that marketing guff should be shot though

It's hardly a new miracle food. People in the Caribbean have been using it for generations.
Edited by: "Manda2" 15th Dec 2013
bagga212

My mum used to run this into my hair when I was an infant.Good spot


My mum still does it to me!
good deal, thanks.
I use it to deep condition my hair and put on my face now and again when it is feeling dry. Makes skin lovey and soft.
I normally put in microwave first.
annedawso

I use it to deep condition my hair and put on my face now and again when … I use it to deep condition my hair and put on my face now and again when it is feeling dry. Makes skin lovey and soft.I normally put in microwave first.

How do you manage to close the microwave door with your head in it?
Call me sophisticated but I like my coconut oil in Bounty form.
Are you people stupid? This is liquid lard in saturated fat content. It's death in a bottle!
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