ORGANIC COCONUT BUTTER, creamed
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Botanical Name: Cocos nucifera
Country of Origin: Philippines
Qualities: coconut butter is simply fresh coconut meat that has been dried and ground into a smooth and creamy spreadable paste.
Coconut contains no cholesterol or trans fats but is pretty high in saturated fat (9g/Tbsp) and is appreciated for a number of essential nutrients, including dietary fiber (about 2g/Tbsp), potassium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, copper, and selenium.
Common Use: coconut butter makes a delicious spread all by itself or combined with another nut butter (try a blend with hazelnut butter, maple syrup, cocoa powder, vanilla extract, and a pinch of salt for a homemade version of Nutella). It lends extra creaminess to raw chocolate or energy bars, delicious when melted over sweet potatoes or roasted winter squash, mixed into curries as a coconut milk replacement, blended into smoothies, or spooned straight from the jar as a satisfying snack.
Storage: Store in a sealed container at room temperature for a spreadable consistency. Refrigeration will harden the butter but is recommended for longterm storage.
Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the CFIA or FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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The best thing since... ever
I love this stuff (a little too much, maybe ;)). I most often eat it straight out of the tub as a snack, or as a spread on bread or crackers. Also works toasted (yum!), just make sure not to let it burn. Melts beautifully into sauces, or on top of pancakes :) very versatile and nourishing, and keeps unrefrigerated for a while. Quite hard once in the fridge.
Many uses for coconut butter
I used this in making Balm of Gilead. When I put on the balm, it feels like I’m wearing silk. So good! I also used it in my delicious chocolate making experience. Hard to get out of the container because it’s so hard but worth the effort.
A fun and interesting treat
It seems to have a bit of natural saltiness, so it's useful on toast. I also melt it in my hot chocolate sometimes for extra flavour and richness. I wouldn't buy it regularly, because it's not a terribly versatile product, but it's definitely a fun treat to have around the house.