...I make Coco-cubes!
First warm the oil to a liquid, either outside in the sun or in a sink full of warm water. Next, pour the oil into empty ice cube trays (which I have two different sizes). One is smaller and produces a small 1/2tbsp (6-7g) cube. The other is a standard tray and produces a larger 1tbsp (12g) cube).
tip with a new jar of oil, use a large spoon to transfer the oil from the jar to the trays
Once the trays are filled, place the filled trays in the fridge or freezer to 'set'(the oil back to a solid state). After a couple of hours, simply pop the cubes out like you would a tray of ice. The nice part, because it's oil-based, the CoCo-cubes won't stick.
I store my 'supply' of cubes in an empty plastic container in the fridge. Makes portion-control simple, and the coldness (from the fridge) just makes the oil takes that much better -- reminds me of ice cream melting in my mouth!!!
I'll pop one in my mouth randomly throughout the day, or if cooking, drop one (or two) cubes in a hot skillet where they turn back to liquid state in a matter of seconds.
Anybody that's ever binged on a jar of Coconut oil needs to try this. And it also works great for Coconut milk too -- but be careful, both are highly addictive!