Virgin Coconut Oil | All Nigerian Recipes

Virgin Coconut Oil | All Nigerian Recipes


Hello! You have seen my video on how to make the
coconut oil that is liquid at room temperature. If not, go check it out. In this video I’ll share how to make Virgin
Coconut Oil. The most unadulterated, unrefined, coconut
oil everrrr! I’ll be using 3 coconuts for this demonstration. Break them with a blunt object like this … When the shell comes off so easily like that, it means that the coconut is very mature. The skin is also dark brown. I love coconut juice! You can also sip it with a cup or direct from
the coconut with a straw. Use a knife to pry out the ones that did not
come off easily. To make the purest and whitest coconut oil, you need to peel off the dark skin of the
coconut. Here’s the skin. And the coconut meat. Rinse very well. And cut them like this to help your blender. Then pour just enough water to help the blades
of your blender move. For best results, use warm water to blend
the coconuts. Don’t worry, the water is not hot enough to
affect the virginity of the coconut oil. After that, pour in a sieve and squeeze out
all the coconut milk. I blend the chaff again just because I’m Nigerian! I want to get out as much coconut oil as I
can! Pour that in the sieve and squeeze till there
is no more coconut milk left in there. To remove the tiniest particles we’ll need
a chiffon cloth or a cheese cloth. Pour the coconut milk through that and we
are almost done! Cover and place that in the fridge overnight. While that is chilling, here’s what the chaff
looks like. I’ll use this to make gluten-free, high fibre
coconut flour in another video. So stay tuned! The next morning, you’ll see this nicely caked
coconut oil. That’s why we put it in the fridge so that
the coconut oil can separate from the water like this. Please don’t throw away this coconut water. Use it to prepare your Nigerian coconut rice
dishes or just to boil white rice, use it to rinse your hair because it’s a great
moisturizer. Pat the blocks of coconut oil dry with a paper
towel. Then put in a bowl and whip till you have
a smooth creamy coconut oil. I got 500g that’s 18 ounces of coconut oil
from 3 coconuts. Please note that there’s still some water
in this coconut oil. You will observe the water slowly seeping
out of the coconut oil. Keep pouring this water out till there’s no
more water. I mainly use this coconut oil for my hair
so I put it in a container. Place it in the fridge and use as you like. Use it for your hair … coconut oil pulling for healthy teeth … for your body … and for cooking. But do not use this virgin coconut oil for
frying because it has a low smoke point. Use this one that is liquid at room temperature
instead. Bah bye see you soon!

100 thoughts on “Virgin Coconut Oil | All Nigerian Recipes

  1. This is the best video of the best. I did this just using one coconut and It worked. Alot of coconut cream was there. Thanks so much God bless you. You are a life saver. I ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ ๐Ÿ˜ your video the best of all

  2. I watched all of your videos so that I was able to learn everything Nigerian. For my fiance who is Nigerian as well. She spoke about how her grandmother wasn't able to pass on the history of making the lotion for her hair and the flour etc. So when she came home from work one day I had milk, the lotion, and flour. Even some moi moi . She was so shocked and told me now on instead of paying big money for her lotion she depends on me making it now ๐Ÿ™‚ แนฃeun fun awแปn fidio rแบน

  3. You are so cool!!! I buy my coconut oil but you made it look so easy, I will try one of this days ๐Ÿ˜

  4. This is the first video I watch on your channel and I like it very much. I subscribed, thank you for sharing

  5. I want to test it I mean to eat one coconut it's been while looking in Algeria fornit nobody bring it to me I want to eat it

  6. please i have a question arent we supposed to sapreate the milk from the oil or do we whisk it with the milk?

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  8. Hi mam i have tried 2times.but milk is nt separating.i used fridge method.wat is a problem.pls reply me fast.tq

  9. Not because you're Nigerian. The blended meat/fruit still can be juiced for more milk multiple times. At least 3 times.

  10. I really like this method. Most especially the fact that u used both the water and chaff. Thats exactly how i'll do it, because I'm Nigerian too.๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  11. Just because I am a Nigerian I will practice this one cos is the real one ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿคฉโค๏ธ

  12. 1-Virgin coconut oil is white not brown. It's brown when it is heated and coconut oil that has been heated lose all its perfume and value .
    2-Virgin coconut oil is liquid not solid but it becomes solid below 20 โ„ƒ .
    3-Why do you remove the black skin ? It is inside there is all the lauric acid , satured fat , etc…

  13. Thanks fro sharing! So nice, I love coconut oil …I make coconut oil myself in different way, if you are interested in it, take a look ! Happy weekend!

  14. 2 years after the video was made, I not only subscribed yesterday after the ogbono soup now this? Where have I been?? Love you and love your sence of humour. ๐Ÿ˜š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜

  15. Flo Chinyere Hi. I like how you made this coconut oil. But I think its not the purest. Coz after you get the cream, the next step should be to ferment it in a warm place and fridge again to separate the oil from the excess water .Then last is to ferment it again to separate the oil from the curd. Purest virgin coconut oil needs more work to get it. But still I wanted to know your side. What do you think? Please tell me coz Im still searching the very best but easiest way to get the real virgin coconut oil. Need to start for my own business. Thank you!

  16. Could i use the coconut milk instead of the water??
    Thank you so much for sharing ๐Ÿ˜€ love all your videos

  17. Hi Flo ๐Ÿ–๐Ÿป I'm from Georgia-Sakartvelo.๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ช I'm so happy to find your channel. Thanks for this great video. Also, I would like to say you look amazing. ๐Ÿ˜โค๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒบ๐ŸŒท

  18. My first time watching a video of yours, and I got to say i love your spirit. Watching this video actually made me smile that plus your knowledge, just makes your channel irresistible.

  19. nice video, i will follow your procedure there's a lot of coconut here in the Philippines my mother use it for feeding ducks by the way thanks to this video….. thumbs up

  20. What preservative can i use . can this virgin coconut oil stay without putting it in the fridge? How long can it last?

  21. Can we use oil with its cream? I meant, after crashing coconut n seperate its juice n kept in fridge,then we get oil with its cream.can we use that cream in our skin?

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