Cookbook:Coconut oil

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An open jar of coconut oil with a wooden spoon next to it. The wooden spoon has a scoop of coconut oil on it.
Coconut oil

Coconut oil, alternatively called coconut butter, is an edible fat derived from the coconut fruit. At cooler room temperatures it remains a solid, and it generally begins to liquefy around 25˚C (77˚F). Sometimes coconut oil may be hydrogenated to keep it solid at warmer temperatures.

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