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    I just dipped coconut oil in my coffee.. doesn't make it too different from black coffee.. adds a little coconut bite to it.

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    Thanks for the info on this thread. I like cream in my coffee but def gonna try it with the coconut oil too in the morning.

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    I put a spoonful of coconut oil in a mason jar, add the coffee, and shake the bejeezus out of it. I'm too lazy to wash an oily blender, and my method works pretty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lssanjose View Post
    I just dipped coconut oil in my coffee.. doesn't make it too different from black coffee.. adds a little coconut bite to it.
    Tastes vastly different when you blend it. I have no idea why >_<

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    Don't listen to a word I said about shaking the coffee and oil in a mason jar. I tried blending it with a stick blender - wow! What a difference - creamy and frothy! That's my method from now on.
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    I also put coconut oil in my coffee, I like the taste and takes away from the acidity.
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    complete with some foam.

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    Putting butter in coffee in the vitamix really does make a fantastic creamy drink - no comparison to just stirring butter in to the coffee. I tried it for a while to reduce my dairy consumption by using ghee instead of cream. One day it just stopped tasting good to me. I don't know why. But now I have given up coffee.

    I don't really see it as a magic formula for weight loss though. If having a breakfast of all fat keeps your appetite reduced then it may be a good choice for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vrodmuscle View Post
    I also put coconut oil in my coffee, I like the taste and takes away from the acidity.
    exactly.

    I just keep a spoon or stirrer in it so I dont get an oil mo!

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    I've used unsalted butter when I've run out of cream. I can drink coffee black, but I like it light first thing. I use a battery operated milk frother. I just put in a tablespoon of butter, fill the cup 1/2 or a little less, use the frother and fill my cup the rest of the way with coffee.

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