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    Fish oil and the world melting

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    The world is fucking melting. My coconut oil is all squishy and it feels like my brain is too. IT'S HOT.

    It might be a good idea to keep fish oil in the fridge when it gets like this. What do you guys think? I can't see it possibly being a bad idea to keep it in the fridge but would it make a difference with regards to freshness?
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    Shouldn't harm it, might help it.

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    I always keep it in the fridge/freezer. Rather be safe then sorry ha.

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    Mine from Nordic Naturals actually says to refrigerate after opening...not sure what the difference would be between brands when it comes to that, but keeping any oil in heat is never a good combination!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stabby View Post
    The world is fucking melting. My coconut oil is all squishy and it feels like my brain is too. IT'S HOT.
    My brain is definitely melting. My fish oil, however, is in the freezer and is not melting.




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    I always keep all fish oil products in the fridge. It maximizes shelf life. I like it when my coconut oil turns liquid though, much easier to work with

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    I'm just glad this isn't about global warming and fish stocks. whew. Now to get my fish oil in the freezer.

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    I keep mine in the fridge during the summer.
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    Damn..... It never even crossed my mind to put my fish oil in the fridge, but it makes sense!!!
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