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Measuring Melted Coconut Oil

 

Measuring melted Coconut Oil is best done after the Coconut Oil has cooled slightly, if you’ve heated it to melt it. Coconut Oil is solid at 76° F or below. Unless your recipe specifies otherwise, melt the approximate amount of Coconut Oil needed, then let the melted oil cool before measuring it out exactly.

There are many uses for Coconut Oil when cooking or baking—both in its solid or liquid form.

For delicious appetizers, snacks, entrees and desserts using LouAna Coconut Oil, visit the Recipes section. Then let us know how your recipe turns out by using the Comments section on this site or by joining our Facebook community.

We also have quick tutorial videos to make adopting LouAna Coconut Oil into your daily kitchen routine even easier.





COMMENTS

  • admin on 12.22.15

    Yes, coconut oil can flux between a liquid and a solid depending on temperature but it’s safe to use in either state. Hope this helps!

  • gsullivan3@cox.net on 11.21.15

    I am new to using coconut oil. I have one bottle in my living room and bedroom and a larger jar in my kitchen. The one in my kitchen was put in our cabinet next to the hot water tank. When I went to use it, it had liquefied. I popped it in the fridge for a few minutes to get it to solidify. I moved it to another cabinet and it stayed fairly solid. I went to use it last night it was almost liquid again. Is this typical? Also, is it still safe to use? Please answer this very soon.

    Thank you.

  • Sally Murphy on 01.31.15

    How to melt coconut oil safely? clowns436@yahoo.com


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