Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Review and Giveaway

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I have been using coconut oil in my cooking and baking for years, ever since I was introduced to its benefits through the writings of Dr. Mary Enig. One thing I like about using coconut oil is that it is more heat stable than other oils. This makes it ideal for sautéing and oven roasting. I even use it to grease my pans. It imports a delightful flavor to your cooking and baking without being overwhelming.


I normally purchase my coconut oil from the local health food store. I search out brands that are organic and unrefined. However, it can be hard to know just by the package labels exactly what methods each particular company uses to extract the oil. That is why I was delighted to receive a sample of Tropical Tradition’s Gold Label virgin coconut oil to try. On their website, Tropical Traditions explains exactly how their coconut oil is made. Their virgin coconut oil is handmade by grating fresh coconut, extracting the coconut milk, and then letting the coconut milk stand for about 24 hours. During this time, the oil naturally separates from the water, producing a crystal-clear oil that retains the full scent and taste of coconuts. I love that their Gold Label Virgin coconut oil is not mass produced by machines! I am not ashamed to being a bit of a food snob. I choose organic whenever I can,and prefer my food to be as close to its natural state as possible. Tropical Tradition's Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is exactly what I was looking for in a coconut oil!

I encourage you to watch the video below to learn a little bit more about Tropical Traditions and how their coconut oil is made.





Although it is gaining popularity, many people may still be unfamiliar with how to cook or bake with coconut oil. As I previously mentioned, I use it to grease pans and to make homemade cooking spray. I also use it in making homemade fudge, as well as in smoothies. It adds a tropical flair to smoothies that I find refreshing, especially in smoothies made with pineapple, mangoes, and banana.

Although I want the coconut taste to shine through in my tropical smoothies, my hesitation in using it in baking is that I don't want all of my baked goods to taste like coconut. According to Tropical traditions however, the strong coconut flavor dissipates during baking. After reading on the Tropical Traditions website that coconut oil can be substituted for butter, I decided to give it a try in our favorite brownie recipe. The verdict: moist and yummy, with no hint of coconut flavor. I am sold!

Tropical Traditions has a web page full of recipes that use coconut oil. I know that I am going to be browsing their collection to find new ideas myself. I encourage you to check them out for yourself. They have quite a nice variety.




You can purchase Tropical Tradition's Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil directly from the company by clicking on the Buy It button.

Tropical Traditions also has a Referral Program, so if you place an order with them as a first-time customer, please select “Referred by a friend” and in the box that says “How did you hear of us?” enter my sponsor ID number… 5699782. By telling Tropical Traditions that I referred you, you will receive with your first order a complimentary copy of the book Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours!" by Brian and Marianita Shilhavy. This book is filled with testimonies and research showing how healthy coconut oil is, and it also includes over 85 recipes showing how one can incorporate coconut into their diet. If you have any questions about how the referral program works, you can visit Tropical Tradition's customer service page.



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Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product. The opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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Susan M. Heim said...

I'd like to try the recipe for Coconut Chicken Curry Stir-fry.

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I'm a subscriber!

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I follow on Google Friend Connect.
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Frugal, Freebies and Deals said...

I just ordered their coconut peanut butter and organic raw honey. would love to try the oil.

Since we are gluten free I would probably try the Gluten Free Yellow Cake Coconut Oil Recipe or something like that!!

thanks

jen

sweepmom said...

The coconut pancakes sound great. I love coconut. The sweet coconut taste added to pancakes sounds like a tasty way to start my day.

Mel ~ said...

I love smoothies, so I'd like to try the Chocolate Coconut Smoothie Coconut Oil Recipe!

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LV said...

I'm gluten free, so coconut oil is already part of my life although I've never tried Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin coconut oil.. sounds fancy. Their recipe list is great and I'm definitely going to try the Gluten Free Fried Chicken Coconut Oil.

LV said...

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I follow your blog on Google friend Connect. #2

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I follow your blog on Google friend Connect. #1

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Holly said...

I am also a follower.

Holly said...

I think the Coconut Grass-fed Beef Stroganoff looks good.

Patricia Carlson said...

The Crispy Pan-Fried Fish with Coconut Oil sounds good.
Thanks,
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CJD said...

the Hawaiian rice melody

Teresha@Marlie and Me said...

I would love to make the Roasted Winter Squash Soup Coconut Oil Recipe on a cold, winter night

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Jaime said...

I would love to try the Chicken Curry, always looking for new recipes for chicken dinners
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Melissa said...

I would love to make the Easy Vegan Macaroons with this!

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For Their Future said...

I would love to try the Coconut Pancakes! They would be a great, healthy breakfast!
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9string said...

Island rice with chicken sounds delish.

Post-Modern Jen said...

The gluten-and-dairy free Strawberry Cream pie looks yummy!

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Christine said...

I would love to try the Zucchini Bread recipe because I just can't find one that is moist.

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Esme said...

Spiced zucchini bread-I was surprised by all the recipes. what do you do if a recipe calls for brown sugar.

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Tami said...

i follow TT on twitter

Tami said...

for my kids i'll pick the Coconut Blueberry Buckwheat Pancakes Coconut Oil Recipe

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Tonya M said...

Seems to be a popular one but I love curry so I'd like to try Coconut Chicken Curry Stir-fry and the Chicken Adobo.

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mandala said...

I would like to try the Chicken Adobo recipe since this is one of my favorites - I know I will be pleasantly surprised if I added coconut oil :)

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Tonya M said...

I entered the Zhu Zhu Pet Giveaway

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I entered the holey donut giveaway

Heather! said...

I follow on Google Connect.

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Heather! said...

I would like to try the Coconut Smoothie Coconut Oil recipe. Sounds tropicalicious! :)

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Sharlee said...

I'm following your blog.

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Sharlee said...

Classic Coconut Macaroons look delicious!

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Heather said...

I'd love to try the pancakes or smoothie recipes.

Elisabeth N said...

I've been on the hunt for chocolate peanut butter balls this Christmas season so the Chocolate Coconut Peanut Butter Balls recipe totally jumped out at me. The coconut oil is intriguing as I have never cooked with it before.

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Eileen said...

I would like to try the Fruit and Coconut Smoothie Recipe. I have had pretty horrible stomach issues due to Lyme and the fruit smoothies are a food that I actually CAN eat. Ihave heard just recently about the benefits of coconut oil. I would do anything to get better and sounds like this would add TASTE to the smoothies i make now with protein powder and rice milk. Need a change!!!
thanks for the chance to try it!

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RR said...

I'd like to try the Chicken Adobo Coconut Oil Recipe. Yum!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic! I use Extra Virgin coconut oil for so many things. (even as a moisterizer)

Strawberry Cream Pie - Gluten Free & Dairy Free

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bison61 said...

the Coconut Shrimp and Rice recipe sounds good-shrimp and coconut flavor does sound great together

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The Mangerchine's said...

I would love to try the shrimp and coconut curry recipe as shrimp, coconut and curry are 3 of my favorite foods!

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Chantel said...

That strawberry cream pie looks too good to be true!

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Caren said...

Island Rice with Chicken would be the recipe I'd like to try.

alison said...

Would love to try it in baking.

the brown couch said...

Chocolate Coconut Smoothie

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MimiDebbie said...

The first thing I am going to make is Chocolate Coconut Almond Candy. Since I am doing the HCG diet, Coconut Oil is a good addition and love chocolate too. mimisavesmoney(at)gmail(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I'm going to try the Coconut Chicken Curry Stir-fry. Last night I made a coconut flour chocolate cake but can't remember the exact title of it. Made cupcakes and they are good.
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Beverly Hernandez said...

I would definitely try the Gluten Free Coconut Fried Fish and I would use catfish. My grandkids are all gluten free and I'm always searching for fantastic recipes to make for them. This one looks like a winner!

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Renee G said...

I would love to try the Jamaican Inspired Cabbage Slaw. We love all types of salads and this one sounds like it would have a little kick.
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Brooke said...

I am following your Blog and I am a subsciber to Tropical Traditons!

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Beth said...

I love chocolate and peanut butter, and am really wanting to try the Chocolate Coconut Peanut Butter Balls!

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Anonymous said...

Amazing coconut pie sounds right up my alley!
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ms mel said...

i'd like to try the pumpkin coconut cream soup since it is soooo cold here and this would hit the spot -- thank you for the chance!

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mverno said...

the pancakes mverno@roadrunner.com

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Theron said...

I'd like to experiment with the Creamy Curried Coconut Potatoes, using Tropical Tradition's coconut oil.

mverno said...

the Easy Vegan Macaroons mverno@roadrunner.com

Missybeez said...

I would like To Try the Coconut Rosemary Meatloaf.Looks Good!


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Laura Woods said...

I want to try the Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken. It sounds like a unique and delicious recipe.
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Heidi said...

I would love to try making the chicken curry for my family!

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Anonymous said...

The Coconut Grass-fed Beef Stroganoff looks good.
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Amy said...

I'd like to try the chocolate coconut smoothie - yum!
Thanks!

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bee*in*the*balm said...

our family loves creamy curries so we'd do some of those.

bee*in*the*balm said...

our family loves creamy curries so we'd do some of those.

ScrewLucy said...

I would like to try the Coconut Oil Flour Tortillas because I love Mexican food!

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mama k said...

Amazing Coconut Pecan Bread Pudding looks yummy.

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blessedmama said...

I think I am going to try the Hot Cocoa Coconut oil recipe! I am always trying to find more ways to get my CO in, and now is the season for hot cocoa!!

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Brittney said...

The apple cinnamon scones look divine! I have always wanted to try coconut oil! I think I would also try to make some milk too.

barty said...

I have an e-mail subscription from Tropical Traditions.....I have my own recipe I use with Expeller Pressed Coconut Oil....I make my own raw bars to take to the gym...Finely ground Oat Bran, Agave Syrup (no sugar rush-long running energy), Chocolate and the Coconut Oil...Put in the freezer in mounds and they're just the right consistency by the time your work-out is fini. Coconut oil is a great energy giver, I feel it immediately.

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Anonymous said...

The strawberry Cream pie sounds scrumptious!writer61@yahoo.com

Anna said...

I'd love to try the Nourishing Chili recipe. It has coconut oil and shredded coconut in it. I've used coconut oil before, but haven't tried Tropical Traditions yet.

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EDRing said...

My family loves brownies & the Coconut Blondies with Almonds and Dates sounds perfect for us. I've been reading about coconut oil & have been wanting to try it.

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ash2448 said...

My wife and I prefer to eat lean meats, so I would try the Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken Coconut Oil Recipe.

JenniferB said...

I would like to try the make the coconut fried shrimp- I love them but have never tried to make them

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maryelisabeth said...

Amazing Coconut Carrot Cake Coconut Oil Recipe. I love coconut cake but have never tried it with coconut oil. love to try something new.

Niecey said...

I'd love to try the Texas Healthy Pancakes because we love pancakes and I'd like to think they had a redeeming factor of being somewhat healthy

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Anonymous said...

The easy vegan macaroons recipe sounds superyummy! Thanks for the chance to win this :-)

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JeansandTs said...

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I would love to try the Coconut Fried Shrimp! I feel like one of Pavlovs Dogs just saying that!

Christine said...

The coconut pecan bread pudding sounds intriguing.

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Heather said...

I would love to try the creamy curried coocnut potatoes recipe!

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C said...

I'd like to try the hot cocoa coconut oil recipe. Coconut and chocolate, the best of both worlds...

Emily said...

I've gotta try that Chocolate Coconut Gelato recipe!

Emily said...

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I would like to try the Yogurt Energy Drink. I could definitely use more energy!
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heaventrees said...

I'd like to try the Double Chocolate Velvet Coconut Oil Pancakes & Banana Love Sauce Recipe.

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Anonymous said...

I think I would want to try the Double Chocolate Velvet Coconut Oil Pancakes since I love chocolate!
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Justin and Julie said...

Yum, the garden parmesan halibut sounds good!

erma said...

I'd love to try the Chocolate Coconut Smoothie cause it sounds good and I love smoothies.
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chris said...

I would try the curry chicken.

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Eileen said...

Our whole family loves coconut so it would be hard to choose just one recipe...but the pancakes would probably be the first we'd try and THEN the pie. MMMmmm....

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Am a new email subscriber. thanks so much!

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Janelle said...

I'd love to try the cream of cauliflower soup recipe. I love cooking with coconut oil!

Calyx Ann said...

There are so many delicious looking recipes, it's hard to choose just one!
The Pumpkin Coconut Cream Soup sounds scrumptious, and it's hard not to want one of those lattes, as well!

Calyx Ann said...

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Anonymous said...

I would love to try the Penne Pasta Salad. Never thought about adding coconut oil to pasta salad! Thanks for the giveaway!

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Anonymous said...

I would try the coconut pancakes because my family loves pancakes!
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Anonymous said...

We would love to try the coconut pancakes, we love pancakes and coconuts sounds like a great combo!
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Wanda said...

Hot cocoa coconut oil! Gotta know. I want to make it!
I use coconut oil for everything! It's amazing!

karen said...

I would love to try the Coconut-Cajun Shrimp because I love spicy food.

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mama3davis said...

coconut rice pilaf sounds good!


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bmh2448 said...

I love coconut and I'd like to start the day with the Coconut Oatmeal Breakfast.

Bob said...

I'd like to try the Coconut Fried Shrimp recipe.

tnikki said...

I would like to try the Coconut Cajun Shrimp, I love cocunut shrimp and have not tried it spicy. Sounds so good! Thanks for the contest!

tnikki said...

I am a new subscriber, I look forward to your emails!

gsm57 said...

Chocolate Coconut Gluten Free Protein Bar would be great for a snack or breakfast.

Miss Hannah said...

we use coconut oil too. We use it in baking things! thanks for sharing. I love the coconut oil.

Love,
Miss Hannah

Chris said...

I want to try the Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken

debra.pp said...

i would love to try the oil.

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Anonymous said...

I would love to try Double Chocolate Velvet Coconut Oil Pancakes & Banana Love Sauce Recipe. It sounds yummy and it would be great to make for my hubby for breakfast in bed on a special occasion.

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