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    I got this offer in an email as a prior customer, so I'm not sure whether it applies to new customers or not...but it's worth a try!


    They're serious -- 32 oz of coconut oil free, no purchase required (but for goodness sake, it would be nice to buy something!) Good chance to try this brand if you've been wondering which is best. Shipping was about $9 on my order, which included other items.


    Today and tomorrow only. Merry Christmas!

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    Good offer, folks. They did this before, which is how I got introduced to the Tropical Traditions company. This is their top-of-the-line, Gold Label organic virgin coconut oil. My consumption is up to buying it two gallons at a time.


    I suggest you buy a sack of their coconut flour, too. Oh, and as long as you're at it, how about a big pail of coconut chips for snacking?


    http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/bl...als--Giveaways

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      Wow, thanks for the heads up. This is great for those just starting on their Primal Path. It looks like you have to order at least $16 worth of other things to get the free offer but that is still a great deal. Thanks again!!

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        I don't think you have to buy anything else, just pay shipping (for me, $9.15). Try this link: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com/blog_specials.htm

        My blog: Pretty Good Paleo
        On Twitter: @NEKLocalvore

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          Wow! Thank you so much for the info. I'm going to order it - been meaning to try TT for a long time, I use Nutiva now.

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            They also have a 2-for-1 deal on the same size jar (32 oz), so combined with the free jar, you get 3 for the price of 1. Will coconut oil go bad? I don't use it all that fast.

            My blog: Pretty Good Paleo
            On Twitter: @NEKLocalvore

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              Same here, they ask for a minimum of $16 purchase. But when I add more jars, the cart still says $0!

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                Oops - when I try to check out, then I get the message that I need a $16 minimum purchase.

                My blog: Pretty Good Paleo
                On Twitter: @NEKLocalvore

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                  Yeah, I ended up paying $58.34, got the BOGO free and the free jar and also a recipe book. A great deal for 96 oz nevertheless. Nutiva costs about $30 for 54oz.

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                    yay thanks!

                    I got the free jar and then added a HUGE pail of coconut chips for me and one for a co-worker. Mmm.

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                      oh yay. :-D I ended up paying 26 dollars for the coconut oil, a pail of coconut chips (they sound so yum for snacking), 2 baggies of pumpkin seeds, and a bar of dark chocolate.

                      Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.

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                        Hmmm... I get mine from Nutiva, with the gallon running $43, and they have free shipping. With this offer, I got 3/4 of a gallon for $37 plus $9 shipping for a total of $46. Seems that the Nutiva by the gallon is a better deal.

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                          This is why I'm a loyal customer of theirs. They offer great products and are good to their loyal customers. I too am a repeat customer, and I definitely plan on buying a good portion of my food from them.

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                            kaizen, do you buy meat from them? The story someone posted here about the turkey that tasted like fish (because it was fed fish meal) really grossed me out and I'm not sure I could work up the courage to order meat from TT.

                            Eating lots but still hungry? Eat more fat. Mid-day sluggishness? Eat more fat. Feeling depressed or irritable? Eat more fat. People think you've developed an eating disorder? Eat more fat... in front of them.

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                              As much as I love the coconut products, I wouldn't buy the meat, either. They know coconuts, and that's what I'm sticking with.


                              I love the story about how the company got the islanders to relearn the craft of making oil from their elders.( Not making oil out of old people; you know what I mean! Sort of like that joke: If olive oil is made out of olives, what is baby oil made out of?)

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