KULAU Organic Coconut Oil is cold pressed from fresh
coconuts - not dried desiccated coconut. Coconut has a wide variety of applications in the kitchen
and in natural cosmetics.
Coconut oil is rich in natural lauric acid, it is cholesterol-free, and
contains no colorings or preservatives. In the kitchen, coconut oil
gives dishes a subtle note of coconut without being too overpowering.
Coconut oil is much more heat-tolerant than other cold-pressed
vegetable oils, so even at very high temperatures, such as in wok-frying
or in the oven, no trans fats are produced. Coconut oil is especially
suitable for vegans or people with lactose-intolerance, as it can also
be used as a substitute for butter.
In raw cuisine, coconut oil is particularly popular, as it binds ingredients
smoothly and goes well with a great number of raw food recipes.
In natural cosmetics it has proven particularly beneficial - either
pure or blended with essential oils - for dry skin or hair that needs that
bit of extra care.
You can find many more uses for coconut oil both for cosmetics and in
the kitchen on our coconut blog.
Also don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, ideas or
suggestions you’d like to share with us. We'd love to hear from you!
Besides its fine natural coconut aroma and heat tolerance, the
high lauric acid content is probably the main reason for coconut oil's
rapidly increasing international popularity. According to recent studies,
lauric acid could play a decisive role in building and strengthening the
human immune system.
Origin and Production
KULAU Organic Coconut Oil RAW is produced in the Philippines.
It is centrifuged immediately after the harvest using the purely
mechanical expeller method with no added heat. The production
of high-grade coconut oil has a long and venerable tradition in the
Philippines. You're highly unlikely to meet a single Filipino who doesn't
know and love coconut oil.
Organic coconut oil*
* from organic agriculture
Sri Lanka and
0 Nutrition declaration per 100 g:
3370 kJ / 820 kcal
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