Welcome to Coconut Oil Cooking

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We’re coconuts and proud of it — crazy about food, cooking, and healthy living. Coconut Oil Cooking is a place we created to share our ideas, our adventures and our love for coconut oil (quite possibly the cooking world’s best-kept secret). So whether you’re looking for a gourmet recipe, a hot new restaurant or just a few tips on how to eat a little healthier, you’re sure to find it here, and you can bet coconut oil will be a part of it!

Oil Pulling Method

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Today is Dentist’s Day! How many people actually enjoy going to the dentist? What makes us dread the dentist so much? And how are we supposed to remember to floss, brush, and mouthwash twice a day, everyday?! We don’t have the answer to ANY of these questions, but we do have the answer to improving your overall oral hygiene… COCONUT OIL!“Oil pulling is a practice dating back thousands of years, having originated with Ayurvedic medicine. When oil pulling is combined with the antimicrobial power of coconut oil, you have one very powerful health tool.” says Dr. Mercola, a renowned natural […]

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  1. Imrana
    July 12, 2015 at 12:13 am

    I want to try this oil but I don’t like the smell Any suggestions

    • July 14, 2015 at 12:21 pm

      Imrana – You can always try holding your nose before putting the coconut oil into your mouth and try to see if that would help you. Once the coconut oil is in your mouth without an initial smell, you may be able to handle that more.

  2. Dj
    February 21, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    What’s the reason for not investing the oil since it is used for cooking hence injested? Is it because it pulls out germs and one would not want to then swallow the germs it pulled out?

    • March 14, 2016 at 3:49 pm


      Yes, once the coconut oil has been in the mouth for 15-20 minutes, it may contain toxins and bacteria, which is why it is advised to discard after use. You can always take another tablespoon whole after 🙂

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