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Coconut Oil

Virgin

Coconut Oil
EU Bio
DE-ÖKO-039
Non EU agriculture
A virgin coconut oil, carefully pressed from ripe, dried coconuts. This preserves the valuable ingredients and the delicate coconut flavour particularly well. Coconut oil can be heated to high temperatures but is also an ideal alternative to butter and margarine.
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Coconut oil

The "Virgin Coconut Oil" from the Ölmühle Solling is delicious and incredibly versatile, and also scores with nutritional values. In fact, coconut oil contains many saturated fatty acids. However, these consist to a large extent of medium-chain fatty acids, the so-called MCTs (Middle Chain Triglycerides), such as lauric acid, which accounts for almost half of the fatty acids in coconut oil. Amongst other things, lauric acid is an important constituent of breast milk.

Combined with other oils and foods, coconut oil makes an important contribution to a balanced diet. The production of the oil is complex and requires a lot of expertise. However, this is worthwhile: The natural and valuable oil differs significantly in terms of both taste and composition from cheap, hardened coconut fats, as they are often used in the food industry and are also available in conventional trade.

 

Coconut oil as a culinary highlight

A strong wholegrain bread with coconut oil and
a pinch of salt always scores as a hearty snack.
The fine, typical aroma of fresh coconut is unrivaled and characteristic of the cuisines of the regions where coconut palms grow. For the inhabitants of the tropics, the delicious nut is a natural part of almost every meal. Unfortunately, in Europe we cannot enjoy fresh nuts directly from the palm tree, the pulp or the refreshing coconut water. Still, mill-fresh coconut oil, fine coconut flour, and coconut spice oils as well as tasty coconut spreads bring the tropical taste and joy simply into our kitchens. "Native" oils are cold pressed as gently as possible and not treated further. Our native coconut oil has the exotic, fine-nutty, typical scent and taste of fresh coconuts. The Ölmühle Solling offers two variants of native coconut oil: coconut oil "from the whole kernel", which it is processed with the thin, brown outer skin of the nut, as well as a snow white coconut oil, which is less strong in flavor, because the brown skin is peeled off before the pressing process.

Coconut oil is an ideal, all-natural vegetable oil for frying, baking and steaming. Its natural composition of predominantly saturated fatty acids makes it durable and very heat-stable, which also prevents the formation of trans-fatty acids when it gets heated. It is incredibly versatile in culinary terms and is suitable for meat and fish dishes, for vegetarian and vegan and of course also for sweet dishes. Take a look at our recipe collection and be inspired!

Nutritional physiology

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Tip: In combination with other oils and foods, coconut oil makes an important contribution to a balanced diet. Since the oil contains no essential, polyunsaturated fatty acids, coconut oil should not be the only oil used in the kitchen. That is why we offer you a wide selection of high-quality, freshly pressed organic edible oils, such as linseed and hemp seed oil.
The Ölmühle Solling offers only the best quality, the so-called native coconut oil or "Virgin Coconut Oil". It is mechanically pressed from ripe organic coconuts, gently bottled and, of course, never bleached or refined. It scores not only in terms of taste with its fine coconut note, but above all with its high content of medium-chain, saturated fatty acids (so-called MCT's) such as lauric acid, which accounts for almost half of the fatty acids in coconut oil.


As already mentioned, the Ölmühle Solling offers a particularly rich oil from the whole kernel. It is pressed from the pulp of freshly harvested coconuts, along with the thin, brown seed skin. This coconut oil differs from the otherwise snow-white oil by a slightly yellowish color and a stronger scent and flavor.

The origin of coconuts

The coconut palm is the only species of its genus Cocos L. It belongs to the family of palms (Arecaceae) and has its origins in the South Sea Islands and in the Indomalay region. As coconuts can float, the palms spread on the shores of the entire tropical belt between the northern and southern tropics around the equator.

The coconut palm proves to be a diverse resource, since almost all parts can be used in various ways. Coconut palms are therefore also called "Tree of Life". In the tropics, they have enormous economic importance as the most important crop and represent a fundamental nutrient source. The ripe coconut is classified as a highly nutritious "functional food". It is rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and phenolic compounds. The edible coconut meat contains about 45% water, 35% coconut fat, 9% fiber, 5% carbohydrates, 5% protein and 1% vitamins and minerals. The valuable oil is extracted from the dried nuts.

The Ölmühle Solling sources its own organic coconut oil, from the "NATURLAND FAIR" certified project Serendipol from Sri Lanka, as well as a native oil in EU organic quality from the Philippines. Only organic coconuts from small farms are processed.


Manufacturing

The Ölmühle Solling offers only the best quality, the so-called native coconut oil in organic quality. It is mechanically pressed from fully ripe organic coconuts, gently bottled and of course not bleached or refined

The path to the best native coconut oil begins with the processing of harvested, fully ripe coconuts. The opening of the hard outer shell is done by hand only by trained and experienced workers. Once the coconut is opened, the coconut water is collected from inside the nut. Then, further processing must be carried out quickly. In the next step, the pulp is carefully removed from the shell by hand. If snow-white coconut oil is to be produced, the thin, brown skin surrounding the white coconut meat is peeled off.

Subsequently, the fresh coconut meat is shredded into coconut flakes with the help of stainless steel cutters. However, before the oil can be pressed, the grated coconut meat must first be dried. The drying process takes only a few minutes, whereby the temperatures of the drying hot air must reach at least 80 degrees, and must not be lower. This process, which is crucial for the shelf life of the oil, is called "blanching". Coconut meat contains natural enzymes, so-called lipases, which can split fats (triglycerides). If these enzymes are not inactivated by heat, the lauric acid-rich oil would soon get a soapy taste. The water content of coconut meat is reduced from about 45% to less than three percent. As soon as the solid coconut meat is blanched and dried, the so-called “copra” can be pressed into native oil directly on site.

Drying coconut meat for several days at low temperatures would increase the risk of mold microbial spoilage. Thus, an optimal and fast drying process before pressing the flesh plays a major role in the shelf life and quality of the native coconut oil. The drying process is essential and still, unfortunately, often goes unmentioned. Instead, the customer is fooled into a "cold pressed" oil in "raw food" quality. The oily dried coconut meat (copra) is also known as “desiccated coconut” (DC). It serves as a raw material for the extraction of native oil. It is irrelevant where the pressing of the DC takes place. The processing to oil and press cake (coconut flour) can take place on site. Packed airtight and stored refrigerated, it can also be exported to Europe. In the Ölmühle Solling, it is further processed to delicious coconut spice oils and spreads.

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from Petra Meerbott at 18.09.2017
Bevor ich meine erste Bestellung vornahm, hatte ich noch Fragen bezüglich des Kokosöls und diese wurden mir in sehr kurzer Zeit beantwortet. Ich muss sagen, von der Bestellung bis zur Lieferung war es ein super Service – kurze Lieferzeit und sehr gut verpackt. Das war meine erste Bestellung und ich bin total begeistert... mehr >>
von dem angenehmen Duft und dem leckeren Geschmack! Ich koche zurzeit fast nur noch mit diesem Öl und ich muss sagen, es ist sehr neutral im Geschmack und sicherlich ist es auch sonst vielseitig einsetzbar. Ich benutze das ÖL zur Durchführung der Ketogenen-Diät und ich muss sagen, es wirkt. Mein Fazit: Direkt beim Ihnen zu ordern war die beste Entscheidung, da im Internet oft Öl mit einem kurzen Haltbarkeitsdatum angeboten wird. Ich werde sicherlich wieder bei Ihnen bestellen. Über die anderen gekauften Produkte kann ich noch keine Bewertung abgeben. Vielen Dank für das tolle ÖL.
from Dagmar Hoffmann at 28.05.2016
Ich liebe dieses Kokosöl! Es wird derzeit für Brotaufstrich unter der Marmelade, selbgemachte Zahnpasta, zum Braten, als Hautcreme und Lippenbalsam benutzt und demnächst kommt noch selbstgemachtes Sonnenöl dazu, wozu ich das Kokosöl ebenfalls vewenden werde. Die Konsistenz ist super! Nicht zu hart und man kann sie wunderbar... mehr >>
auf dem Brot verstreichen und die Reste am Löffel direkt danach auf die Haut schmieren. Der Geruch ist schön kokosnussig, aber nicht zu aufdringlich. Ich nutze es auch jetzt schon als Sonnenschutz. Die Haut glänzt so schön damit. Unter Käse auf dem Brot mag ich das Öl nicht so gerne, da es mir zu kokosnussig schmeckt, dafür nutze ich dann gerne geruchfreies Kokosfett. Ich bin total begeistert und werde sicher nachbestellen!
from Heiko Harms at 05.02.2019
Ich habe vorher schon dieses Öl gekauft, nur das aus der ganzen Nuss. Nun habe zum Vergleich dieses Öl bestellt, und muss sagen, beide Öle sind absolut das Geld Wert, das Öl mit der ganzen Nuss richt etwas intensiver als dieses Öl, Geschmack finde bei beiden ziemlich gleich gut, und für die Haut sind beide sehr zu... mehr >>
empfehlen. Dieses Öl ist etwas neutraler im Duft, empfehlenswert für Leute die den Kokosduft nicht so mögen. Zur Qualität kann ich sagen, super, keine harte Körnung ,cremig weiches Kokosöl. Super auch für die Zahnpflege. Fazit: Ob zum Braten, zur Hautpflege oder zum Zähne putzen, dieses Öl ist für mich das beste. Nicht mit Bio Discounter Kokosöl zu vergleichen. Ich werde es mir wieder kaufen . MfG Heiko Harms
from Tina Plischek at 30.09.2014
Sehr gutes Öl, sehr schmackhaft... und wie es duftet! Himmlisch! Der Glasbehälter ist sehr schön und v.a. wiederverwendbar. Das ganze Paket kam gut verpackt an, dass da etwas kaputt geht, ist beinahe unmöglich. Einziger Kritikpunkt: Das Öl war in den Deckel gelaufen, so dass an ein Öffnen nicht zu denken war, das... mehr >>
(mittlerweile wieder(?)) feste Öl hatte quasi Deckel und Gefäß "zusammengeschweißt". Möglich, dass das beim Transport passiert war, dennoch unangenehm. Ich habe das Gefäß neben den (eben verwendeten, noch relativ voll mit Wasser gefüllten) Wasserkocher gestellt.. und nach ca. 20 Minuten war das Öl durch die abgestrahlte Wärme soweit verflüssigt, dass sich der Deckel problemlos öffnen ließ.
from Doris Mai at 06.05.2015
Da ich Kokosöl schon seit längerer Zeit anwende (Kochen, Backen und Kosmetik) gibt es für mich kein anderes Öl mehr. Als meine Postlerin das Paket brauchte, sagte ich zu ihr: O mein Kokosöl. Sie wollte wissen, wieso ich mir Öl schicken lasse. Ganz nebenbei erwähnte sie ihren Juckreiz auf den Armen (durch das viele Papier)... mehr >>
. Also habe ich mein Cremedöschen mit Kokosöl geholt und ihr etwas auf die Arme gegeben. Sie war vom Geruch sofort angetan und gleich darauf kam ein überraschtes Oh, der Juckreiz ist ja weg. Sofort wollte sie die Adresse haben. Beim nächsten Besuch hat sie mir erklärt: Ich habe bereits bestellt, zuerst mal 1 Glas. Der Geschmack und Geruch haben voll überzeugt.
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Specifications

Coconut Oil

Average energy and nutrient content for 100 g

Energy
3700 kJ / 900 kcal
Fat
100 g
    saturates
92 g
    monounsaturates
6,5 g
    polyunsaturates
1,5 g
Carbohydrate
0 g
    of which Sugars
0 g
Roughage
0 g
Protein
0 g
Salt
0 g

Lauric acid
49,5 g


Please enjoy our products as part of a diverse and balanced nutrition.

As a product of nature the composition of the oil can vary, the given specifications are therefore average values.

Ingredients

Coconut oil, certified organic

Storage advice

Keep protected from light and dark but not in the fridge. Consume quickly after opening.

Durability

15 - 18 months

Fatty acids diagram

saturated fatty acids
92 g
monounsaturated fatty acids
6,5 g
diunsaturated fatty acids (Omega-6)
1,5 g
triple unsaturated fatty acids (Omega-3)
0 g
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