Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Giveaway and Review

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Another Giveaway?  Don’t you feel spoiled!!  This one is going to be a quick one and end next Friday, too- so if you you want to enter, make sure you do now!!

We love our virgin coconut oil in this house.  I can’t get enough of it- so when I have a chance to pick some up at a good price I always do.

I pretty much use it for all my oil except some virgin olive oil for salad dressing and occasional sauteing and tomato sauces.  It is so good.  One of our favorites is popcorn.  We don’t use microwave popcorn anymore- I can’t do it since we have been totally spoiled by the real stuff.  I use an air-popper I picked up at a yard sale for about $2- and that thing must be from around 1979 (but the funny thing is, it still has the original tag!!) and it is yellow- but it works great.  I melt my pastured Kerrygold butter (one of my little splurges) in the microwave and then stir in around 1/2 tablespoon of virgin coconut oil.   It’s pretty much the best popcorn you will ever have, in my humble opinion.

So when I found out I could do a review of Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil I was on top of that. This is suppose to be the Cadillac of Virgin Coconut Oil. Tropical Traditions is a great company to order from and I have ordered some of their wonderful raw honey and coconut peanut butter last year for my husbands Christmas present (he loves raw honey and coconut) . I was so excited to make my popcorn.

So I made it… and to be honest, it wasn’t my favorite. The coconut taste was really different, less distinct than others I have had. So I decided to use it in cooking and that worked out better for me. I like the light coconut taste in most everything (it is nice in eggs)- but sometimes you want a bit less of that flavor and the Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil did that.

I would love for you to be able to give Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil a try and Tropical Traditions has been nice enough to provide us with one 32 oz jar to one of FFD’s readers.

There are a couple ways to win:

1. (required) Sign up to receive Tropical Traditions Sales Newsletter (let us know in a comment that you did so or are already singed up)
2. Get a second entry by subscribing to our email or feed (let us know in a comment that you did so or are already signed up.)
3. Get a third entry but signing up for the email or feed at our sister site The Closeout Kid (let us know in a comment that you did so or are already signed up.)
4.Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter(let us know in a comment that you did so or are already signed up.)

This giveaway ends quickly on October 22 , 2010 and we will choose 1 winner from the comments and Tropical Traditions will send you your lovely prize!!

Get a Free Book! “Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours!”

They also have great sales that you can check out here and if you place an order make sure you enter the User Referral ID: 5733107 and you will get a free book: “Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours!” with your order.

Fine print- here at FF&D we want to play fair and have fun- so no cheatin’. If we think something is up your entry may be taken out the running. This decision is solely up to our judgment.

Rules: One entry per household. USA only

Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

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Comments

  1. Ginger says

    I signed up for Tropiccl Traditions newsletter and twitter and your newsletter. A friend recently loaned me a book on coconut oil and I am so anxious to try it. thank you!

  2. Renee says

    I signed up for the freebies, newsletter, Closeout kids etc. I have never tried this brand and would really like to! I normally buy mine from vitacost. Thanks

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