January 5, 2012

Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil 15oz (2 pack) Only $12.15

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Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil

Back in September I shared with you this great product when it was at a great price. Now, Amazon has the 15oz 2-pack of the Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil for a fantastic deal. If you bought the last time, you know this is a ‘buy now’ price. If you haven’t tried it, you should give it a try. Use it in place of butter or oil in cooking and baking for less cholesterol. It imparts a slightly nutty taste but it’s not overpowering or too coconut-y. I used it to make latkes for Hanukkah and they were so good there were no leftovers!

CycleGuy uses it in place of butter or oil when making pancakes or waffles. And we’ve substituted it in cakes and cookies as well. I also used it as a hand moisturizer when I my hands were getting dry and cracked from washing up all the Hanukkah dishes.

So how do you get 2 15-ounce containers delivered to your door for about $6 each (a savings of 25% or more depending on where you buy it)?

Buy Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil from Amazon using the Subscribe & Save program. You will automatically save 15% on your purchase and receive FREE shipping! You can sign up for delivery at whatever frequency you choose – I selected 3 months because that’s about how long it took me to go through my prior 2 jars. Remember, you can always cancel your subscription any time too.

Use NUTIVJAN in the promotion code box to save an additional 10% off through January 31st!

The 2-pack of Nutiva Organic Coconut Oil is $16.20
Less 15% savings with Subscribe and Save – $2.43
Less 10% using NUTIVJAN code – $1.62
Shipping – FREE
TOTAL – $12.15 and shipped right to your door

Enjoy your great deal!

To cancel the Subscribe and Save program, you’ll need to go to Amazon and click on “Your Account” Then look under the “Orders” category for “Manage Subscribe & Save Items”.  Click there, then click on “Cancel this subscription.”

Sara

{ 4 comments }

Barbara Greenberg January 7, 2012 at 9:06 am

Hi Sara. I think I am going to try the caramel challah. It sounds delicious. How do you think the coconut oil compares to using olive oil when cooking veggies and other things like tofu?

Barbara 🙂

Sara January 7, 2012 at 10:46 pm

Hi Barb! I think it would be a good alternative to olive oil. I used it for latkes and it was neutral. Imparted a bit of a sweeter taste, but nothing that would make you think they were cooked in a strong oil.

Lowela January 12, 2012 at 7:52 pm

Virgin coconut oil has this certain ingredient that has been found by the medical expert to be good for the health. And as we all know, natural based products are safe for use but technically not all of it are proven effective. As to hair solutions, you need it to be an effective one and for you to determine which of them is effective find a review on your choice product.

Deana April 4, 2012 at 12:50 am

Virgin coconut oil is expensive! What it makes expensive? The production of Virgin coconut oil is laborious and exhaustive. It is necessary to meticulous to ensure its quality.

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