Let’s just say I was excited to be selected to be apart of the Carrington Farms All Good April Ambassador Program.
I have just started using coconut cooking oil and have always loved flax seeds. Carrington was right to select me! Yes, I am not modest about this. Ever since the first time I tasted coconut oil I have been cooking with it ever since and I love it! Now I am loving Carrington Farms products as well.
I have never used coconut cooking oil before. However; I have used coconut cold pressed oil in the past. I used the cooking oil to saute my vegetables. My veggies tasted so good. I do not have to add too much seasoning, because the coconut oil has a light flavor of its own. It also gives my vegetables a light, smooth texture. I also used it to make pop corn it tasted good as well, but I like making my popcorn with the cold pressed coconut oil.
Coconut Cooking Oil Facts:
•First ever coconut cooking oil on the market, stays liquid at room temps.
•Unlike other coconut cooking products, remains in a convenient liquid form that can be used for cooking, sautéing and baking
•Healthier alternative to butter and other oils (canola, vegetable, peanut, etc.)
•All-natural, gluten-free, hexane-free, non-GMO, non-hydrogenated cooking oil
•Contains no solvents or trans fats
•Packaged in a BPA-free bottle
•Naturally rich in Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT)
•Available in 3 flavors – Original flavorless and odorless, Rosemary and
Cold Press Coconut Oil Facts:
•Pure, Unrefined, and Cold-Pressed
•Perfect for healthy mid -high heat cooking up to 350 degrees F.
•Great as a healthy and delicious replacement for butter or fat, when sautéing vegetables, roasting sweet potatoes, and even in baked goods
•Coconut oil also has health benefits for skin and hair health
•Certified organic, No Trans Fats
•Reusable BPA Free 12 oz tub, 54 oz Jar BPA Free
•MSRP :$7.99/12oz or $26.99/54oz
Prior to this campaign I was using cold pressed coconut oil to saute my vegetables and pop popcorn. My family and friends that have had my popped corn that is prepared with cold pressed coconut oil agree that it gives it a butter like flavor and feel. The taste is stronger than when using coconut cooking oil.
We love them both, the cooking oil and the cold pressed oil and know which one we want to use when preparing certain foods.
As for Carrington Farms Flaxseed, I have been adding it to our morning smoothies.
Non-GMO. Organic-certified, Gluten-Free
•NO cholesterol, Sodium, Sugars
•Rich in Omega 3, Omega 6, Fiber, and Lignans
•Unique bi-lingual packaging
•Unlike other brands, Carrington Farms Milled Seeds are sliced, instead of crushed, to maintain essential oils and nutrients
•Sprinkle over yogurt, salads, cereal, smoothies, oatmeal, and more
I know I can do more with both the flaxseed and the coconut oils, like baking. I have not gotten that far, but I plan to do so. I know I cannot go wrong with Carrington Farms.
If you have not tried Carrington Farms, you should head over to your local retailer to purchase some. You are just in luck, I have a list of retailers that may be in your area. Where to buy Carrrington Farms Coconut Oil:
Don’t be afraid to be free!!!