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Monday, April 4, 2011

TROPICAL TRADITIONS REVIEW & GIVEAWAY (*CLOSED*)

This Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil is unrefined and is made with organic coconuts. Fresh coconuts are used and only the best are hand-picked from each harvest. The fresh coconut meat is then shredded and then cold-pressed using the water that is inside of the coconut to make coconut milk. The milk is then allowed to sit for about 12 hours while the oil naturally separates from the milk. Since we’ve had our jar of Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil I’ve been using it just as I would my olive oil or vegetable oil.

I got to review the Tropical Traditions Gold label Virgin Coconut oil - not only is it great for cooking and baking, but its wonderful for your skin too. I’ve used it to make a cake, chicken and fish. The coconut oil gives off a lovely aroma as its cooking and also gives a nice hint of coconut in your dish. I also received a book that is full of information about virgin coconut oil and can’t wait to try out all the recipes. They all sound so yummy!

Excellent, kitchen-tested recipes can be found on our Free Coconut Recipes blog here: http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com.

At this website you will see the many different ways coconut can be used in cooking! http://www.freecoconutrecipes.com/index.htm.

Click HERE to watch the video “How they Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil - An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions”.


Tropical Traditions is offering one Mother of 1 Princess and 2 Princes reader a chance to win a 32oz Tropical Traditions Gold Label Standard Virgin Coconut Oil.



MANDATORY: (To Enter FIRST YOU MUST BE A FOLLOWER OF MY BLOG) Visit Tropical Traditions then come back and leave a comment and tell me how you would use Virgin Coconut Oil.

FOR EXTRA ENTRIES: (The Above Must Be Done First To Be Eligible For The Extra Entries)

1.) Become a Subscriber. (On Sidebar On Top Right Side)

2.) Friend me on Facebook.

3.) Follow me on Twitter.

4.) Tweet this giveaway.

5.) Blog about this giveaway linking back to this giveaway and Tropical Traditions website.

6.) "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

7.) Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.


Open to U.S. Giveaway ends April 13, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Winner will be selected at random.org and will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to reply back before a new winner is selected. Please remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win. GOOD LUCK!

65 comments:

  1. in cookies.

    slb3334@gmail.com

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  2. I'd like to try the recipe for Coconut Cajun Shrimp
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  3. I'm an email subscriber
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  4. I follow you on twitter as mbm218
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  5. I like Tropical Traditions on faceboo (Beth Elderton)
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  6. I follow Tropical Traditions on twitter as mbm218
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  7. I would use it to cook my chicken.

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  8. Stir fried rice with shrimp and vegetables.

    I follow via GFC.

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  9. follow via GFC and I will use it to cook brocilli

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  10. I follow and I would love to use this in my everyday cooking but I would like to try their frozen chocolate fudge recipe
    thank you
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  11. I sub
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  12. fb friend
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  13. I follow on twitter
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  14. I like them on fb
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  15. I follow them on twitter
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  17. following via gfc. would use it eggs, smoothies and also in my hair.
    jepnicks at gmail dot com

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  18. subscribed to email list
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  19. Hot Cocoa with Coconut Oils sounds yummy
    Susan White
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  20. I am a subscriber
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  21. friend you on FB
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  22. follow you on Twitter
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  23. Like Tropical Traditions on FB
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  24. follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter
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  25. I would use the oil in eggs, and coconut granola!

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  26. I like TT on Facebook

    Denisse Bradford

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  27. Following TT on twitter

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  28. Subscribed to your emails

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  29. Following you on twitter

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  30. Friend Petition sent on Facebook

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  31. I am a follower of your blog! i am SO glad I found this giveaway. I just discovered that I can use this for my thyroid problems! I have postpartum thyroiditis and it is making me SO sick. I would LOVE to give this a try as a natural remedy!!
    melindasuegordon at gmail dot com

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  32. I would use it in baking, such as in banana coffee cake, for stir-frying, and on salads.

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  33. GFC follower.

    I'd give it to my wife and ask her nicely to make me something coconutty :) I'm not much for cooking anything more complicated than lucky charms or hungry man.

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  34. I'm a GFC follower as JudyZ and I would use coconut oil as a substitute for olive oil in cooking

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  35. I follow Tropical Traditions on twitter @potlicker26

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  36. I follow you on twitter @potlicker26

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  37. I follow you
    for cakes, candy making, frying foods like chicken, potatoes and pork chops

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  38. I "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

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  39. I Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

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  40. I like Tropical Traditions on FB as Judy Bushansky

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  41. I'm a gfc follower! I would use in all my baking and cooking. Cookies... stir fry... you name it! jimandboys@gmail.com

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  42. I would like to make the Frozen Chocolate Fudge.

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  43. gfc follower - i would use it on my skin and to cook pancakes

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  44. i will use it to make cookies
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  45. I make almond flour quick breads so I would use this in that. Low carb and healthy and would love to see how it tastes. Sounds great!
    I follow-carol lewis.
    spencer1953 at gmail dot com.

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  46. I subscribe-spencer1953 at gmail dot com.

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  47. Friend you, Gina Ferrell, on FB-carol yerby lewis.
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  48. Follow me on Twitter-dresdenrain.
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  49. "Like" Tropical Traditions on Facebook.

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  50. Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

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  51. Tweet http://twitter.com/#!/dresdenrain/status/58356941033979906


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  52. (If the mandatory was what recipe then Amazing Coconut Pecan Bread Pudding Coconut Oil Recipe.)



    But for this entry-

    I blogged here: http://forums.online-sweepstakes.com/blog.php?b=5636


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  53. I follow your blog and I would use the coconut oil in my spring time baking!

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  54. I'd use it for popcorn and baking sweets.

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