Reddit Reddit reviews Snappy White Coconut Oil, 1 gallon

We found 10 Reddit comments about Snappy White Coconut Oil, 1 gallon. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Snappy White Coconut Oil, 1 gallon
Delicious flavor; The secret to making popcorn with a mouthwatering buttery flavor at homeBetter than butter; 100% Pure coconut oil Made using refined, Non-Hydrogenated oil with zero trans fats and no added preservatives; origin USAColorless oil; liquid form/clear in warm temperatures, solid/white in cold temperaturesFor more than popcorn; the ability to use our coconut oil for cooking more of your favorite foods makes this versatile product a pantry stapleSize: 1 gallon of white Pure popcorn coconut oil
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10 Reddit comments about Snappy White Coconut Oil, 1 gallon:

u/ktrex · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

This is what I use:

Don't be fooled by ~natural~ packaging, its all the same stuff. Mine lives on the counter and I did that for months in Florida and it never went bad.

u/LittleHelperRobot · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy


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u/Mach10X · 2 pointsr/abv

You can cook a coconut oil extraction on a stove top on very low heat, but you have to watch it closely and stir very often. Consider making a double boiler, put a small pot into a big pot with simmering water. A slowcooker is just a safe way to prevent overheating the oil, though I would strongly recommend getting one not just for ABV but for cooking in general, especially for turning cheap cuts of meat from tough and terrible into mouthwateringly delicious.

Go to a heathfood or vitamin store like GNC and get some soy lecithin, grind up the ABV by hand if you have to or with a coffee grinder, mix coconut oil, ABV powder and lecithin in the small pot, put that into the bigger pot with water that is barely boiling or even a step down from boiling so it's too hot to keep your hand in but not yet boiling. Let it sit for 2 hours heating, stirring and topping off water after about an hour. Remove from the heat and let it cool, pop it in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Repeat the heat and freeze steps at least one more time.

You can substitute propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine if you can't find lecithin, you can even put nothing extra in but it wont be as potent. You can even forego the grinding and still get a good result, but if you have access to a freezer please do freeze it as it makes a huge difference. Heat > freeze > heat > freeze, it really helps release all the goodies as the freezer makes ice crystals that shreds the ABV on the cellular level.

Once you have your coconut oil (you can use cheap coconut oil, I use this stuff: ), I also add in a few drops of lemongrass oil, some believe the myrcene in it helps with potency, even if that's bull it still helps make it smell better and helps with any burps you get eating the oil not tasting like ass. If you're the type that tends to get gas from eating ABV you can help a bit by pouring the hot oil through a cheese cloth lined wire mesh strainer, you'll have to go slow and help force the oil through with a rubber spatula or something like that since the oil will start to filter through very slowly.

u/kennufs · 2 pointsr/keto

You can get a gallon jar of coconut oil on Amazon for $20 delivered. I keep meaning to but this...

u/causalcorrelation · 2 pointsr/ketogains

Not necessarily lifting related, but examining your diet in-depth is the best way to figure out what supps you should spend money on.

My analysis of my own diet suggests I am deficient in vitamin K, vitamin D, vitamin C, and thiamin. I get plenty of omega-3's from my diet.

My top picks for supplements then are vitamin K and vitamin D (I do not go into the sun... death from melanoma in my family). To get more thiamine I've just been trying to eat more pork (beef is not a fantastic source, so I've been trying to expand my horizons a bit... lol). I don't worry about vitamin C.

Vitamin K is not cheap, but vitamin D is. It's easy to get vitamin K from greens if you like rabbit food... I do not.

For lifting, creatine hasn't helped me much so far, but I did gain a lot of (lean) weight when I started taking it, and it made me look huge. Creatine is super cheap, too. There are cheap sources of coconut oil out there, just avoid the boutique buzzwords like "extra virgin." I bought this stuff.

u/nerfbomb · 2 pointsr/Paleo

I buy quite a lot from Amazon since I live in a rural area with limited access to paleo friendly stores.

Kelp Noodles

Nogii Bars

Cocconut Oil

Fish Sauce

Cacao Powder

Epic Bars

Almond Flour

Kale Chips


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u/WhiskeyandKittens · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Not many people know that I make a lot of my own products. I don't trust chemicals, so I make most of my own cleaning products. I also make my own toothpaste, body wash, hair and face products, etc. I make a lot of them using coconut oil. It's such an amazing item and it can be used a million different ways. I especially love the toothpaste I make from it. It makes my teeth feel so clean. Another thing I like to do with it is mix in a little sugar to make a lip or face/body scrub. It tastes like frosting. Its SO good. And coconut oil is much healthier than other oils. I dont use any other oils or butter/margarine anymore. It has all been replaced with coconut oil.

Thanks for the contest. Have a beautiful day!!!

u/thebabes2 · 1 pointr/Frugal

The price fluctates, I might have caught a sale/Subscribe deal, but $20 is still very fair. I did research for switching and honestly, I couldn't find too many cons to using it this way. I use it in BPC, minute muffins and frying up food. The only downside for me is lack of coconutty taste, but my husband hated that so it washes out. :)