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  1. kittie
    July 22, 2008 • 8:25 am

    What an interesting post – thank you for sharing!

  2. Padilla
    July 23, 2008 • 5:55 am

    My pleasure.

  3. noyz
    August 9, 2008 • 12:07 am

    hey where in trinidad do you get coconut oil to buy? I am a young medical doc and would like to have my family use coconut oil right tru for cooking.

  4. noyz
    August 9, 2008 • 12:08 am

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  5. raz4125
    August 9, 2008 • 5:10 pm

    Unfortunately dr noyz, I myself have been experiencing some difficulty in obtaining coconut oil. I actually called the national coconut growers association here in Trinidad and was told that there was a shortage of copra. What I had to revert to was to make it myself, as in the post, in the mean time, or use sparingly olive oil, the next best. It is usually sold in supermarkets when I can get my hands on it. Thank you for your comment, greatly appreciated.

  6. rndmarketing
    February 22, 2012 • 7:31 pm

    I know there is quite a lots of coconut oil in Trinidad , what about if there is a new brand which is Tasteless and not with the Coconut aroma. ie you can cook any Veg or meat , the Food do not taste or smell coconut !

    • Erica Beache
      January 13, 2013 • 8:55 pm

      Recently, I bought one of which you speak because there were none of the usual brands on the shelf. For the record, I love the smell.

  7. Jenny
    July 25, 2012 • 7:52 pm

    I have a hard time finding affordable and healthy (processed properly) coconut oil here in the US. I order mine online and have it shipped from one of the 2 companies I have found that do it right, called Tropical Traditions or Wilderness family.

  8. Jenny
    July 25, 2012 • 7:54 pm

    Oh, hey! I just saw the add for Tropical Traditions on your blog. Cool.

  9. Erica Beache
    August 13, 2012 • 9:47 pm

    It is my preferred oil for the same reasons you’ve given. The only problem is that it is no longer readily available at the supermarkets. I buy it whenever I see it on the shelves. Thanks for the recipe!

  10. Lisa Niles
    February 15, 2013 • 4:43 pm

    Very interesting blog! do you know of anywhere in Trinidad that sells wholesale organic coconut oil???

    • Felix
      February 16, 2013 • 1:22 am

      Nope sorry :)

    • Jamilah
      August 31, 2013 • 2:24 pm

      Hi Lisa,

      I make coconut oil (among other coconut products) and will be happy to give you a free sample of the oil. It carries a fresh light “coconutty” scent and is not heat treated which explains its transparent colour (100% cold processed). The coconut is one of my favourite foods; I have done some research into its health benefits and recommend 100% cold processed coconut oil for everyone (even my pets love it). I am currently marketing it to everyone I know and meet and hope to place this product on our grocer’s shelves to reintroduce and promote the use of healthy and functional foods among our Trini. people. So feel free to give me a call (1868-354-7478) if you wish to try it. I absolutely recommend it for cooking, hair-skin-scalp moisturizing. Coconut oil is very absorbent and non-greasy; because of its minute chemical composition it is one of the very few oils readily absorbed by the skin.

      • Felix
        August 31, 2013 • 3:11 pm

        Thank you for your comment. I have an idea, would you like to tell us more about your product in the October’s Issue of Compere magazine. We would love to interview you, introduce your product to our readers with pictures of it as well. What do you think?

        • Jamilah
          October 7, 2013 • 12:13 am

          Hi Felix,

          Unfortunately I may have missed the opportunity you posted , since I am so late in replying. However I am quite interested in your idea and would love to chat more on this. Please feel free to contact me at .

          • Felix
            October 7, 2013 • 9:36 pm

            Look out for an email soon.

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