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There's quite the difference between the two. Not only in taste

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Posted to Thread #29424 at 2:58 pm on Feb 11, 2017

but also in cooking properties. I too had bought unrefined a few years back, wanting to hop on the 'healthy cooking with coconut oil' bandwagon, but everything I cooked with it tasted strongly of coconut. I really didn't care for that and didn't want my scrambled eggs or seared beef to have such a prominent coconut profile. Then I learned that refined coconut oil was probably what I really wanted so the coconut flavor would be toned down. Refined coconut oil is more neutral tasting.

At the link is an article explaining the difference between refined and unrefined coconut oil. Hope it helps.


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