Nutiva Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 15-Ounce Tubs (Pack of 2): Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food
Use in combination with the code NUTIVSEP to get it for 13 bucks.
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It looks like they jacked up the price to 15, even with the code. Still a good deal though.
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If you sign up for the auto-delivery it winds up being less than $13. Just cancel the auto-delivery (they send you an email a few days before it ships) a couple days before the next shipment.
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I stalk Amazon for my coconut oil. They periodicially drop the price and jack it again. The slickdeals.net forum often posts when they have it crazy cheap. I recently picked up a 15 oz tub for $6, and when I went back to get another it was already up to $8.
Really wish I liked the tasty of extra virgin in cooking... but I don't. I feel like I'm eating coconut glazed donuts and it makes me want to puke. Eggs were not meant to taste of coconut.
I would def consider this for straight-up coconut oil shots I guess.
@iniQuity: I don't think I'd like it on eggs either. I use mine on sweet potatoes (on purple sweet potates, it tastes like heaven), mixed with shredded coconut, on root veggies, etc. I don't think I've ever used it on meat or eggs. Although I've been scheming on making curry sometime soon.
That is a pretty good price. I got some from the Dekalb Farmer's Market in Atlanta not quite a year ago for super cheap. I think it was $10.99 for 64oz. I haven't checked again recently because I'm still going through the container, haha.
To all the coconut oil+egg people: are you talking scrambled, or do you like them with fried eggs too? I'm generally an over-easy/fried guy and would be willing to at least give it a try, but I don't think it can beat eggs cooked in bacon grease and topped with butter.