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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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Organic Coconut Cream Concentrate Review and Give-Away!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO READ THE REVIEW.

Hello today, I’m happy to be able to share a review on Tropical Traditions’ Organic Coconut Cream Concentrate. Its Pebble Crossing’s first time reviewing one of their products.  They have gladly sponsored this giveaway. Some years back as we refined our eating habits we introduced Coconut Cream Concentrate as part of our food choices.  We love the concentrate for its flavor, nutrition and uses.

Whenever I receive products from Tropical Traditions, they are always packaged well to ensure safe delivery. Especially the glass jars.  I've always had prompt service on all my orders.

Coconut Cream Concentrate is 70% fat, its a rich source of pure coconut oil, It has a very creamy consistency. Because it has dried coconut meat, t is not considered a cooking oil. An important note to remember is that this product has no additives and no preservatives at all. It is 100% natural coconut made from certified organic Philippine coconuts grown without pesticides or fertilizers.


When we first ordered the Coconut Cream Concentrate, we would eat it by the spoon. We’ve used this product many times in our smoothies, which has made the taste yummier. If you enjoy coconut flavor, you’ll enjoy adding this coconut cream. We’ve also used it as a spread on a piece of bread. Tropical Traditions says that if you add Coconut Cream to soups it will give it a creamy (non-dairy) flavor. One thing we’ve yet to try is making ice cream with it. Please be sure to visit the Free recipes at Free Coconut Recipes. You’ll be able to view recipes using coconut flour, coconut oil, coconut chips. I’ve seen some I would love to try How about Coconut Cream Red Lentil Soup, or Amazing Coconut Carrot Cake?

Upon ordering the Coconut Cream Concentrate, you will notice a layer of oil on top. Tropical Traditions has a great video showing you how to melt the oil and stir the oil back in. That video was a big help to us in the past.

One of Pebble Crossing followers will be able to receive their own free copy of Virgin Coconut Oil book, complementary of Tropical Traditions by visiting here . When our readers choose “Referred by a Friend” and enter my User ID: 2470694 on their first online order, the book will be automatically added to your order. here is a link to their customer service page. Feel free to visit customer service Tropical Traditions Customer Service  if you need help placing your first order and to receive your free copy of Virgin Coconut.

This offer today is for a one 32 oz jar of Tropical Tradition’s Organic Coconut Cream Concentrate, available for residents in the United States and Canada.



Here is what you’ll need to do to enter this giveaway.

Mandatory Entry: please visit the Tropical Traditions and please let me know what products you would like to try.

Extra Entries: Please leave a separate comment for each entry. Be sure to leave the appropriate amount of comments for each entry.

Note: If your profile is private or your email is not visible in it, you must leave your email in your comment to enter.

  • Subscribe to Tropical Traditions sales Newsletter here. I benefited from receiving sales flyers in the past.  You may receive a free shipping coupon!

  • Maybe others would like to know about the Review and Giveaway, if so, blog and link back.

  • Visit to view the many free recipes! Let me know what recipes looks yummy.

  • If you are not currently following and want to, we’d love to have you be part of our family. Simply choose, email, reader or follow.

  • If you’re already following, you’ll get a free entry!


  • Tweet about the Giveaway and please give me a link to your tweet.


Giveaway ends Sunday, August 29th at 6pm CST. The winner will be drawn by Random.org August 30th..

Disclaimer: Tropical Traditions provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review or sponsor a product giveaway in return for the free product.

This was shared with:
Tuesday Twister at GNOWFLINS

54 comments:

  1. I would love to try to Gold Label oil.

    Katie C

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  2. I am subscribed to Tropical Traditions' newsletter.

    Katie C

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  3. Coconut Cream Mushroom Soup sounds delightful.

    Katie C

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  4. I love receiving my Pebble Crossing emails, and am glad I'm a subscriber.

    Katie C

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  5. I am following Tropical Traditions on Twitter.

    Katie C

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  6. Shalom Carmen~ This giveaway looks awesome!
    I am allready a subscriber to Tropical Traditions newsletter don't know if that counts towards this contest as an entry or not.

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  7. I would love to try all their products but let me just list a few: soaps, teeth cleansers, insect repellent, deoderant....

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  8. that's fine Moira, i'll still count that as an entry

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  9. Recipes that look YUMMY~well, it was hard to choose one so I didn't I chose 4: gluten free coconut fudge cupcakes, coconute cream almond fruit salad, coconut oil pie crust, and red lentle stew with fried onions!

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  10. I will post your give away on my blog today!
    Shalom,
    Moira
    (I would tweet, but I don't know how. I am still living my life pre-tweet, or tweetless~ LOL!!!)

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  11. I think I'd most like to try the cream concentrate, but I'm also interested in their raw honey.

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  12. I am a subscriber to Tropical Traditions' e-newsletter.

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  13. I now follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter (shepherdslamb)

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  14. Tweeted the giveaway: http://twitter.com/shepherdslamb/status/22022205222

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  15. mmmmm the Gluten Free Coconut Fudge Cupcakes sound great!

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  16. Already subscribed to Tropical Traditions.

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  17. I really would love to try the coconut cream concentrate, it sounds like something I would use a lot.

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  18. I saw two recipes that I think could make my life so exciting! Coffee Heaven and Coconut Chai Smoothie. drool . . .

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  19. I'm already subscribed to Pebble Crossing by email. And thank you very much, Carmen, for making this wonderful offer! Shalom!

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  20. I have been wanting to try this coconut cream from TT for a while, as well as their gold label coconut oil.
    Beverly
    cameradragon@gmail.com

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  21. I am drooling over the chili coconut crusted shrimp now, and I expect to try it soon! I have previously improvised (recipeless) a coconut chai and a coconut latte.
    Beverly
    cameradragon@gmail.com

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  22. Subscribed to TT's newsletter
    Beverly
    cameradragon@gmail.com

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  23. I am now following this blog by e-mail
    Beverly
    cameradragon@gmail.com

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  24. Hello Katie C,

    kindly email me your email address. I'm sorry I am not able to decipher your name as a follower. I really don't want to delete your entries. ~ Thank you.

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  25. I would really like to try their tomato paste in jars, not cans (to avoid bpa). LOVE their coconut products!

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  26. I have been wanting for a long time to try the recipe for Vanilla Coconut Cream candy. Sounds like coconut fudge. Yum. Just need the coconut cream concentrate to do it! :)

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  27. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter already (on my aol email)

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  28. Very cool giveaway! I love coconut products =)

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  29. I would love to try any and all of the products!
    Joycelyn

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  30. I've been wanting to try the Coconut Peanut Butter.

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  31. I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions Newsletter.

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  32. I want to try the Better Than Candy Nut Crunchies recipe.

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  33. I would like to try their coconut oil and their organic coconut chips.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  34. I subscribed to the Tropical Traditions sales newsletter.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  35. The recipes for Coconut Chai smoothie and the gluten-free Coconut Fudge cupcakes look yummy.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  36. I would love to try all of their products!!! From their coconut oil to their teeth cleaner. So many good things to choose from.

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  37. I subscribed to tropical traditions.

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  38. I would love to try baking with their coconut flour!

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  39. I just signed up to follow your blog. Would love to try the coconut cream, it is different than the coconut oil, right?

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  40. Grass fed lamb curry stew! That sounds amazing!

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  41. I'm following you now, too.

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  42. Yes you are correct, coconut cream concentrate is different from coconut oil. It has coconut meat with 70% oil, coconut oil has 100% coconut oil. coconut cream is not meant to be used as an oil. It is delicious in smoothies, desserts or like a spread. I've seen many recipes which use the coconut cream in main meal recipes. Visit the free recipes on the Tropical Traditions website.

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  43. I'd love to try the shampoo bar

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  44. Subscribe to Tropical Traditions sales Newsletter

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  45. the Coconut Banana Colada Smoothie recipe looks yummy

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  46. follow via GFC

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  47. Follow Tropical Traditions at twitter.com/Troptraditions @matt4melis

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  48. http://twitter.com/matt4melis/status/22417250402

    matt4melis at hotmail dot com

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  49. I would love to try the gold label coconut oil.

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  50. I already subscribe to your blog via email :)

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  51. I want to try several of their products! The organic whole wheat bread flour sounds yummy. :)

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