Saturday, February 6, 2010

Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil Review & Giveaway - (CLOSED)

I was lucky enough to receive a jar of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil for review. I was so excited. I had have wanted to review this product for some time. I never used or thought much about coconut oils so I used it to cook some chicken. It was a pretty decent flavor. We enjoyed it.

A day later I cooked some potatoes in it. They came out wonderful. I loved the flavor and they didn’t fall apart as easy in the pan like a lot of potatoes do who are cooked in grease. I really enjoyed using Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil.

I also let my mom use some to make soap and wow. He soap came out wonderful. My mom’s soap smelled great and they way it felt on the skin was awesome too. Tropical Traditions really know their stuff. So you can also use this wonderful product for many other things as well.

There are some wonderful nutritious facts about Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil you can really benefit from such as the fact there are not tans- fats in it. You can find more awesome facts on the Tropical Traditions website here. After reading these awesome facts about Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil and trying it out myself, I can say that I am a Tropical Traditions fan.

Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil cost $19.95 for a 1 pint glass jar so it is more expensive then oil you would buy at a store but you also have to way in all its awesome health benefits compared the store bought oils.

Tropical Traditions offers many other wonderful products on their website. They also offer organic food, skin care products, house hold goods, supplements, healthy oils, books, health appliances, and pet products.

You can check out all the cool recipes you can use coconut oil to cook here. There are some really awesome ideas on different food you can make with Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil.

You can also check out this awesome video  from Tropical Traditions “How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil - An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4h6eycjf29M . It has a lot interesting information on coconut oil.

Bonus: If you make a Purchase from Tropical Traditions all you have to do is put 5641399 in the referral spot and you will receive a complimentary copy of the book Virgin Coconut Oil by following the directions below:

1. Add the items you would like to purchase from the order form linked to Tropical Traditions. Visit www.healthybuyersclub.com/orderform.cfm

2. You'll be directed to the Order Form at the Tropical Traditions/Healthy Buyers Club website. You do not have to be a member or purchase a membership to buy from Tropical Traditions. Membership in the Healthy Buyers Club allows you to purchase in bulk amount at club member discounts if you choose to join. If you choose not to purchase a membership to the Healthy Buyers Club please order under the heading “Retail Sale Items”. This will enable you to purchase less than case amounts of any of the individual items without a membership.

3. Select the items you would like to purchase.

4. When you are ready to check out please click on the "Continue'' link which will take you to your shopping cart.

5. Review your order and then click on the "Check Out" button from your shopping cart.

6. Fill in your account information as directed. In the box: "How did you hear of us?'' you must select: "Referred by a friend'' on the drop down arrow. When you make this selection, a box for your sponsor's User ID number should appear if you are a first time customer.

7. Enter your sponsor's User ID number 5641399.

8. To complete your order click on "Save and Proceed to Checkout" at the bottom of this page and follow the instructions through the checkout process. You will receive an order number when you have successfully placed your order.

By following these steps, you will receive a complimentary copy of the book Virgin Coconut Oil: How it has changed people’s lives and how it can change yours! by Brian and Marianita Shilhavy. Your sponsor will receive a coupon for a complimentary gift to redeem on their next order. You may view the current complimentary gift being offered here: http://www.tropicaltraditions.com//referral_program.htm

Win it!

One lucky Mommy Blessings in Small Bundles reader will win a 32 OZ jar of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil  from Tropical Traditions.
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10 Entries: Make a purchase from Tropical Traditions! 
Find out how to earn more entries here. 

Make sure your entries are legit or you will be disqualified. I do check! 

Good luck! Contest ends on February 15th at midnight EST. Winner will be announced February 16th. Winner will be chosen through random.org. 

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Open to U.S. only!

Disclaimer: 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.

204 comments:

  1. artnrobin@yahoo.com
    my husband is on a homemade granola kick so this
    3 bags - Whole Grain Rolled Oats - 10 lbs. each
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  2. The Mint Teeth cleaner looked interesting!
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  3. The Gluten Free Chocolate Coconut Chewies recipe looks scrumptious! writer61@yahoo.com

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  4. would love to try the Organic Skin Exfoliators, i use this to condition my hair.. love it!

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  5. I would love to try their Moisturizing Lotions.

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  6. I'd love to try the Organic Coconut Peanut Butter. Thanks for the fabulous giveaway.

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  7. I love, LOVE coconut, so I was super excited to see your link to the list of coconut recipes. It's now bookmarked. I'm wanting to try the Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken. It looks easy, healthy and so yummy. Thanks again for the fabulous giveaway.

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    Recipe post #1

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  8. Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken.

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  9. Crispy Baked Coconut Chicken.

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  10. I would love to try the coconut peanut butter.

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  11. I would like to try their organic shredded coconut.

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  12. I found the recipe for Soft Pretzels (which I just LOVE). http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/index.cfm/2010/2/8/soft-pretzels

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  13. I learned that Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

    I also learned that you can cook with coconut oil instead of unhealthy oils.

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  21. I would definitly want to try their organic dried coconut flakes, would be perfect for raw cookies. mmmm:)

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  22. maybe the virgin coconut oil hair treatment would help this dryness!! thanks for the opp--they say I need to try this oil for my thyroid probs
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  23. I would love to try the Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil for Hair Treatment! Thanks for this great giveaway!

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  24. I'd love to try their organic cocoa powder and coconut flour. I'm a baker, but I've been trying to use healthier ingredients lately, and gluten-free ...

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  25. (recipes) And wow ... the coconut granola and thai coconut soup look great ... who knew you could do so many things with coconut? :)

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  26. facts: I was surprised to learn that there were so many different varieties of virgin coconut oil. I'll have to try the gold label to see if that has additional health benefits. And I was surprised that it was recommended to ingest so much daily ... 3.5 T sounds like a lot!

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  27. I'd like to try their Organic Spices. Love spices!
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  28. I would love to try the Coconut Peanut Butter!

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  29. I am subscribed to the Tropical traditions newsletter #1

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  33. I would like to try the Coconut Pecan Chocolate Chip Brownie Recipe http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/recipe_Coconut_Cocoa_Pecan_Chocolate_Chip_Brownies.htm

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  34. I'd like to try the Organic Shredded Coconut

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  40. I want theVirgin Coconut Oil book

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  41. I'd like to try the organic swiss chocolate!

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  42. I'd love to try their organic coconut flour! :)

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  43. I'd love to try TT palm shortening

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  44. #1 I'd like to try the Chocolate Coconut Crème Bar recipe

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  45. #2 I'd like to try the Chocolate Coconut Crème Bar recipe

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  46. #3 I'd like to try the Chocolate Coconut Crème Bar recipe

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  47. #1 Two facts:

    The expiration dates on our Virgin Coconut Oils are for two years

    The smoke point of coconut oil can be increased by combining it with Palm Shortening or Virgin Palm Oil

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  48. #2 Two facts:

    The expiration dates on our Virgin Coconut Oils are for two years

    The smoke point of coconut oil can be increased by combining it with Palm Shortening or Virgin Palm Oil

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  49. #3 Two facts:

    The expiration dates on our Virgin Coconut Oils are for two years

    The smoke point of coconut oil can be increased by combining it with Palm Shortening or Virgin Palm Oil

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  64. ohh this is nice! I would be happy to revview it for you!! Thanks for sharing this wonderful giveaways!!!

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  65. I would love to try their Coconut Flour!

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  66. I am interested in trying out the Coconut Oil Flour Tortillas recipe! Wouldn't that be yummy for dessert tortillas?

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  67. I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter!

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  68. I learned that there are no trans fats in the coconut oils by Tropical Traditions and that many people find they lose weight with the oil!!

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  71. I would love to try their recipe for Coconut Oil Flour tortillas!
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  72. I would love to try their coconut flour!

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  73. 2 facts - their coconut oil is transfat free! And it helps people lose weight! Woo hoo!
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  74. I would love to try the organic Organic Coconut Peanut Butter. or their organic deoderant.

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  75. I would love to try the

    Chocolate Coconut Crème Bar recipe

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  76. 2I would love to try the

    Chocolate Coconut Crème Bar recipe

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  83. http://twitter.com/matt4melis/status/9073425200

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  84. Another Tropical Traditions product that I would like to try is their organic raw honey. jgs0925 at gmail dot com

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  85. mint teeth cleaner

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  87. crispy baked coconut chicken

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  88. liquid above 75 degrees & doesn't need to be refrigerated

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  89. Organic Coconut Peanut Butter sounds like something I'd like to try

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  91. i would like to try the Citrus-Mint Skin Exfoliator

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  104. I would like to try (for my dogs) the Grass-fed Bison Raw Meat Pet Treats

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  105. (1) the Apple Chicken Stir-fry looks good

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  106. (2)the Apple Chicken Stir-fry looks good

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  107. (3) the Apple Chicken Stir-fry looks good

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  108. I follow Tropical Traditions on twitter @ivansmom60

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  109. follow you on twitter @ivansmom60 and tweeted http://twitter.com/ivansmom60/statuses/9112701189

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  111. i learned it is safe for pg women and Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

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  112. i learned it is safe for pg women and Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

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  113. i learned it is safe for pg women and Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

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  114. the Coconut Dishpan Cookies look great!

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  115. the Coconut Dishpan Cookies look great!

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  116. the Coconut Dishpan Cookies look great!

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  117. I'd also like to try the coconut peanut butter. Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  118. I think the coconut pancakes recipe sounds great! #1 Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  119. I think the coconut pancakes recipe sounds great! #2 Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  120. I think the coconut pancakes recipe sounds great! #3 Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  121. Subscribed to tropical traditions newsletter. #1 Thanks so much! pamelashockley(AT)netscape(DOT)net

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  127. I'd like to try the Coconut Cream Concentrate. Thanks.

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  128. i'd really like to try their peanut butter, and thank you for the chance!

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  129. i'd like to try the pumpkin coconut cream soup recipe! #1

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  130. i'd like to try the pumpkin coconut cream soup recipe! #2

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  131. i'd like to try the pumpkin coconut cream soup recipe! #3

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  132. i'm already signed up to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter #1

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  138. I would like to try the Coconut Peanut Butter.

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  139. Recipe #1

    Coconut Dishpan Cookies

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  140. Recipe #2

    Coconut Dishpan Cookies

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  141. Recipe #3

    Coconut Dishpan Cookies

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  142. Facts #1

    Since it is a solid most of the time at room temperature or when refrigerated, it can be a butter or margarine substitute for spreads or for baking. Any recipe calling for butter, margarine, or any other oil can be substituted for coconut oil.

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  143. Facts #2

    Since it is a solid most of the time at room temperature or when refrigerated, it can be a butter or margarine substitute for spreads or for baking. Any recipe calling for butter, margarine, or any other oil can be substituted for coconut oil.

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  144. Facts #3

    Since it is a solid most of the time at room temperature or when refrigerated, it can be a butter or margarine substitute for spreads or for baking. Any recipe calling for butter, margarine, or any other oil can be substituted for coconut oil.

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  154. Organic Apple Sauce is not listed.
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  156. I would like to try the Otrganic Raw Honey!

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  157. TT's organic coconut flour or some of their Skin Exfoliators (lavendar).. weeshenanigans (at) gmail (dot) com

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  158. I'd like to try a cake with their coconut flour. Thanks!

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  159. #1 i learned these 2 facts:

    - While 3.5 Tbsp. is recommended as the daily intake by some researchers, it is probably best not to start with that amount, or eat it all at once. Spread it out over the course of the day, and reduce the amount you ingest if there are unwanted effects. Like any food, some people could possibly have allergic reactions to coconut oil as well, although it does NOT contain any appreciable amounts of protein as the meat of the coconut would, and most food allergies are related to proteins.

    - If you refrigerate or freeze Virgin Coconut Oils the taste changes completely, and some describe it like a “candy” or “white chocolate."

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  160. #2 i learned these 2 facts:

    - While 3.5 Tbsp. is recommended as the daily intake by some researchers, it is probably best not to start with that amount, or eat it all at once. Spread it out over the course of the day, and reduce the amount you ingest if there are unwanted effects. Like any food, some people could possibly have allergic reactions to coconut oil as well, although it does NOT contain any appreciable amounts of protein as the meat of the coconut would, and most food allergies are related to proteins.

    - If you refrigerate or freeze Virgin Coconut Oils the taste changes completely, and some describe it like a “candy” or “white chocolate."

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  161. #3 i learned these 2 facts:

    - While 3.5 Tbsp. is recommended as the daily intake by some researchers, it is probably best not to start with that amount, or eat it all at once. Spread it out over the course of the day, and reduce the amount you ingest if there are unwanted effects. Like any food, some people could possibly have allergic reactions to coconut oil as well, although it does NOT contain any appreciable amounts of protein as the meat of the coconut would, and most food allergies are related to proteins.

    - If you refrigerate or freeze Virgin Coconut Oils the taste changes completely, and some describe it like a “candy” or “white chocolate."

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  162. i enterd your My Lip Stuff 6 Pack of Lip Balm Giveaway !

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  163. I would love to try the Organic Coconut Peanut Butter. Sounds so good!

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  164. http://twitter.com/matt4melis/status/9169865304

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  165. I'd love to try their organic peanut butter :)

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  166. Another product of theirs I would like to try not listed above is the chicken.

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  167. I love the Organic Coconut Flour!

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