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1 Gallon Nutiva Organic Refined Coconut Oil $18.79 FS for prime members

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It is great. I use it a lot for making pie crusts.
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My wife and I used this for um...
yea

Costco has these.. but gotta find out their price. I wanna say its the same price
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My Costco in the north west used to carry it for $16.xx but stopped 2 years ago. I think it's available in California. It even went to $12.99 on an instant rebate sale during a costco organics sale.

There is the class action coconut oil marketing claims at Costco that gets about $0.17 a person. Hmm, provably initiated in Seattle.

I'm not a prime member so I'm stuck without it. I think it's something crazy like $40 for non-prime customers through another seller. Hey, another one for $999.00.

The Kirkland organic brand had a terrible flavor which i assumed was for organic processed versions. However I'm using another organic brand that doesn't have that, but it's $$$. I love the Nutiva at $16-18.

They had it at this price for a few months and then made it $28 or so for a few weeks, so this will probably remain for awhile.
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Just need a deal on a gallon of enemas to go with this and we'll be set for a week or two
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I just ordered the gallon lol. This should be good to use along with Aquaphor on our kids - my son has some dry patches so it'll help. Also was looking for some to cook with. How do you guys usually divide this up? Or what kinds of containers do you use to store your divided portions up in? Mason jars? I think I read the expected shelf life to be around 2 years for this stuff?
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I just ordered the gallon lol. This should be good to use along with Aquaphor on our kids - my son has some dry patches so it'll help. Also was looking for some to cook with. How do you guys usually divide this up? Or what kinds of containers do you use to store your divided portions up in? Mason jars? I think I read the expected shelf life to be around 2 years for this stuff?

It's much easier to move to a wide-mouth, quart Mason jar, when it is liquid. This happens on a warm day. It is difficult to transfer, when it is solid. Possible, but not fun.
It's too hard to remove the oil, from a regular Mason jar. That is why, I don't use them.
I cover the jars, with the wide-mouth, white plastic lids, and not the canning lids.
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It's much easier to move to a wide-mouth, quart Mason jar, when it is liquid. This happens on a warm day. It is difficult to transfer, when it is solid. Possible, but not fun.
It's too hard to remove the oil, from a regular Mason jar. That is why, I don't use them.
I cover the jars, with the wide-mouth, white plastic lids, and not the canning lids.
Darn, I have a bunch of regular mouth pint sized jars. I do have a bunch of quart size food-grade plastic containers but I figure keeping it in jars will probably help it last longer?
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What is food grade plastic today could be bad tomorrow. I doubt glass can leak chemicals.
Those wide-mouth mason jars are also great for storing beans, rice, etc., in the cupboard.
White plastic lids are good for storing dry foods, but aren't water-tight for liquids.
Those wide-mouth jars are regularly on sale, during the winter.
I use it so fast, that spoilage has never been an issue.
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What is food grade plastic today could be bad tomorrow. I doubt glass can leak chemicals.
Those wide-mouth mason jars are also great for storing beans, rice, etc., in the cupboard.
White plastic lids are good for storing dry foods, but aren't water-tight for liquids.
Those wide-mouth jars are regularly on sale, during the winter.
I use it so fast, that spoilage has never been an issue.
Yea, I figure the wide-mouth are better in general. I just put a bunch of coffee beans in the regular mouth ones and wish I would have gotten wide-mouth.

BTW: the price on the gallon of oil is currently at $17.99 - the price could go back up though.
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The great thing about coconut oil is that it's recyclable. After you die they can scrape it out of your arteries and resell it.
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