I lasted about five minutes and then, BAM, the coconut oil ended up in my garbage.
It's made with glycerin, coconut oil, and "fragrance," and probably wasn't worth $9.50.
I popped a teaspoon of coconut oil (purchased at Trader Joe's) into my mouth and took very deep breaths through my nose.
Imagine getting boxes of pasta and sauce, bags of rice, and sacks of beans, even items like coconut oil and baking flour.
In the case of coconut oil the range between softening point and final melting point is rather short; in the case of butter, long.
Pounded charcoal mixed up with coconut oil, and lime obtained from burnt shells similarly treated, are the pigments made use of.
Lard made from coconut oil is of course especially appreciated in Mohammedan countries.
The first ingredient is coconut oil, which is poured into a flask made of a small gourd or calabash.
Their attire was slight, and their polished skins, gleaming with coconut oil, shone like mahogany.
Later modifications covered the addition of a small quantity of glycerine; or, failing supplies of that substance, coconut oil.