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Coconut oil in Bergen County

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FoodFemme Jun 6, 2013 05:22 PM

What's the best place to find some? Pref. not too expensive. Thanks.

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    HillJ RE: FoodFemme Jun 6, 2013 09:28 PM

    Coconut oil has become so popular, I can't think of any stores not carrying it. Whole Foods, Kings, Costco, ShopRite, health food stores, vitamin stores to name a few.

    In grocery stores you may not find it down the aisle with traditional oils but rather in the "natural/special diet" aisle.
    But I'd recommend asking at the Customer Service desk of your local market for help. It really is that common now.

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      coldsolderjoint RE: HillJ Jun 7, 2013 10:02 AM

      +1, its popular enough that Shoprite has been known to sell all of the stuff on the shelf.

      Whole foods has about 10 different brands, and I beleive in Costco you can get about a gallon sized jug of it.

      My vegan friend dumps a bunch of it in his coffee every morning.

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        westsidegal RE: coldsolderjoint Jun 18, 2013 09:03 PM

        my former roommate used it as a deep conditioning treatment for her hair. she slathered on her hair and wrapped it in a hot, moist towel. after the towel cooled off she shampooed with a very mild shampoo.

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      Gastronomic RE: FoodFemme Jun 8, 2013 06:36 AM

      nutiva.com - Easiest way to get the purest coconut oil possible.

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        HillJ RE: Gastronomic Jun 8, 2013 06:47 AM

        The Nutiva brand is avail in health food stores across NJ. Just an fyi, no need to buy it online and pay s&h.

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        ohmyyum RE: FoodFemme Jun 8, 2013 07:20 AM

        Trader Joe's (Westwood, Paramus) has a good coconut oil for $5.99/16oz jar.

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          caseynotis RE: FoodFemme Jun 18, 2013 08:24 PM

          Costco sells a huge container of it for approx $13, and it's organic.

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            HillJ RE: caseynotis Jun 19, 2013 03:21 PM

            Or you can spend half for half the size container at a health food store to make sure you like the product first.

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