How to Make Raw Coconut Creme, Coconut Butter and Coconut Oil


John from http://www.discountjuicers.com/ shows with you how you can easily make fresh coconut creme, coconut butter and coconut oil from fresh, brown coconu…


25 thoughts on “How to Make Raw Coconut Creme, Coconut Butter and Coconut Oil

  • Will Lewis

    I use my 8004 to make coconut cream all the time and I put that in my raw
    smoothies. I’ve learn soooo much from you John

  • geeznogoodname

    Excellent Video as usual John. I made some oil in my 8004 and it is great.
    Better than store bought in my opinion simply because I made it and know
    exactly what went into it. I used larger bowl as opposed to a measuring cup
    and it was easier to skim off the oil, again in my opinion. I just to get a
    de-meating tool but no one seems to have any in stock.Thanks again for the
    videos!! Maybe you can share some of the uses for oil, cream and butter?

  • Elgin Combs

    Was that all from 1 coconut? How much money did you save by buying the
    coconut(s) vs buying the oil & butter from the store? Thanks, and keep the
    videos coming! My wife and I are excited to start juicing!!

  • vidaripollen

    a cup of fresh grated coconut in the morning with cereal is an excellent
    food supplement.high in fibre,economical ,great for irritated
    bowels,constipation,improves immunity and nourishing.but must b fresh,white
    n smelling nice.

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    The whole jar of coconut is NOT from one coconut. How much money did I
    save? I didnt directly calculate it. I can say that for the COCONUT BUTTER
    it EASILY saves you at least 50% The jar of coconut butter I made in the
    video is the same amount as the 8oz jar shown earlier in the video that
    costs $7.49. I estimate it to use about 2-3 coconuts, which cost me about
    $2-$3. On the oil, the yield is not as much per coconut, so the savings
    would not be as significant, but besides $ think quality

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    Each juicer does certain tasks. Some juicers do them better than others. I
    find the Omega 8004 works best for these tasks. That being said, I have
    made coconut creme (using fresh coconuts) in the green star elite, and it
    works great. The results when putting thru the dried coconut was not as
    good, so I can’t recommend that at this time.

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    Yes, I have done that before, but you get a difference consistancy, and it
    can be a pain, because the coconut will stick to the sides of the food
    processor, and you will constantly have to stop and scrape down the sides,
    plus I find that the food processor will leave small “chunks” in there, so
    it will not be a “smooth” butter. I like to choose the kitchen appliance
    that will best do the task at hand..

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    you can do the fresh coconut to make the creme in the samson. When I tried
    to process dried coconut in the samson, I? had horrible results, so I can
    not recommend doing it at this time.

  • madamegooseberry

    @ThorMaxx I tried it in my food processor and nearly burned it up. I won’t
    do that to my processor again.

  • madamegooseberry

    @rawfoods I have heard you say before each juicer does certain tasks. Right
    now I own an Omega centrifugal juicer but have been looking at the Green
    Star. Having said that, is it a bad thing to own two or three different
    types of juicers. For example a centrifugal, Green Star, Omega 8004 or an
    Omega VRT, etc. Would it be like own three different types of drills, each
    doing its own thing?

  • Will Lewis

    I FINALLY got a dehydrator to go with my Omega 8004 and was able to make
    the oil JUST like you do in this video. Can’t thank you enough John for all
    your information.

  • TheSayWhatSarah

    Once you put your coconut butter into the jar, do you store it in the
    fridge? How long does it usually keep for? ps: I love your videos! They are
    extremely educational and helpful. Thanks John!

  • Julie T

    John, just want you to know how much I really enjoy watching your videos.
    You are very encouraging to me!

  • Julie T

    John, just want you to know how much I really enjoy watching your videos.
    You are very encouraging to me! Would this work in a Champion juicer?

  • Zira No

    How does this coconut oil differ from the jars of organic coconut oil we
    find in the stores? (Aside from the cost) Is this the same product that can
    be used in the same way? We use so much coconut oil in our home, and if
    this is the same end result, I think the cost of this machine would pay for
    itself quickly.

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    This is the way I do it. Some people just juice the fresh meat, and let the
    oil settle to the top and scoop it off. I prefer my method as I also get
    the coconut butter that im looking for.

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    It would work, you would get a coconut cream, not an oil, due to the added
    water content. Its delicious to eat too!

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    I store it out of the fridge.. You can store it in the fridge if you want.
    It is usually long gone before it expires in my home.

  • DiscountJuicers.com

    I own several different juicers. just like a hammer drill or a right angle
    drill, or a cordless drill, each juicer is “best” for its specific purpose.
    If you have the money (and space in your kitchen), in my opinion its best
    to have the right tool for the job, which is what my grandfather told me.

  • KyaLarae

    Coconut oil helps the liver produce hormones for the thyroid gland! I am
    hypothyroid and when I consume coconut oil, I have to reduce my thyroid
    medicine. The medium chained fatty acids give the body energy as it helps
    the thyroid gland boost its hormones.

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