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    Something Pure Coconut Oil

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    I'm pretty sure I've said it before, but I'm head over heels for Something Pure gourmet coconut oil. I tried the chocolate one, and it's like eating candy. We picked up the herbs de provence one tonight and it tastes like mashed potatoes. I can't wait to cook some parsnips in it.

    Before, I would gag eating coconut oil straight, but I could eat this stuff forever and be happy. This is life changing good! If you have access to Something Pure, GET IT!

    http://www.somethingpure.com/
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    Hello Dr BORK BORK. Wd. you say the consistency is that of oil, more like coconut butter (Manna), or somewhere in between? Also no pricing that I cd. find. Wd. you mind sharing what a bottle costs? Thank you.

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    It's more like regular dairy butter once you mix it up. It's so smooth and velvety. It's the coconut oil of your dreams! The chocolate one is a little more like manna, but the herb one I got is like eating a stick of softened butter. Mind = blown.

    ours run about $16-$17/jar
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    Thanks for the reply. I believe I'll be checking it out. This also makes me want to experiment a little at home with some flakes and other ingredients together.

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    Butter? Chocolate? Oh, yes, I want to try these. Thanks for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ournaturaljourney View Post
    Butter? Chocolate? Oh, yes, I want to try these. Thanks for the tip!
    try them, posthaste! it's like eating dessert
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    Shit, boss.

    I have to get my hands on a jar on this, somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by patski View Post
    Shit, boss.

    I have to get my hands on a jar on this, somehow.
    Yes. Yes, you do. All of the flavors, actually. Cinnamon Bun is on my must try next list.
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    I believe I'll be checking it out.

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    I can't seem to find the ingredient list for these - am I just missing it?
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