Recent Examples of coconut oil from the Web
Starting with your scalp—the stuff is a hero for flaky, dry scalps—massage the coconut oil into damp hair, and then work your way down section-by-section from roots to tip.
To create a base for the dressing, toast mustard seeds in coconut oil until the seeds pop, mixing in maple syrup, red wine vinegar, Dijon mustard, and a pinch of sea salt to taste.
Add the coconut oil and stevia and pulse until the mixture forms a ball.
Simkins says not to forget the basics, like coconut oil and aloe.
Keto dieters tend to gravitate the most towards bacon, coconut oil, and egg yolks to meet your high fat intake while keeping protein intake moderate.
So Gaymon got busy with a doohickey that looked like a miniature tennis racket, taking turns spritzing with a fine sheen of coconut oil and grinding its mesh into Robinson’s hair.
Heat one tablespoon of coconut oil on the stove before pouring in the coconut flour mixture.
These taste-too-good-to-be-true brownies are made with almond butter, sweet potato, flaxseed, cocoa powder, and coconut oil.
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COCONUT OIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coconut oil for English Language Learners
: an oil taken from coconuts that is used especially in making soaps and food products
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