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I know a lot of you out there dealing with allergies use coconut oil. We did for DS' eczema and also in cooking.<br><br>
With all the hot weather we've had (even here in CT) the coconut oil (which is usually solid at room temp) melted and became liquid! I could see teeny tiny white pinpoint secks in there and now the oil became solid again.<br><br>
so my question is this - what were those little specks (little bits that weren't liquified?) and is it still edible once turned to liquid and then back to solid?<br><br>
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It's still edible even going from solid to liquid and back.<br><br>
The specks are probably coconut fibers or fat that didn't melt completely.
 
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