That's my question. I've been eating less coconut oil now that I've been having smoothies for breakfast. Am I missing out on something? Or does the coconut milk cover it all? I'm referring to nutritional content here. Thanks!
The only thing is that if your smoothie is sufficiently cold, i.e colder than like 50F, then the coconut oil tends to solidify. Even if you whip it up in a good blender, you'll get small, crunchy "beads" of coconut oil in yer smoothie. Ask me how I know this. :p
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