Specialty cooking oils

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Specialty cooking oils

Postby woodchuck » Mon Apr 04, 2016 8:25 am

Where can I purchase any of these oils - avocado, coconut & grape seed oil.
Read they are so much better than traditional oils, any comments?
What would be a representative price for them? Thanks :roll:


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Re: Specialty cooking oils

Postby curveball » Mon Apr 04, 2016 10:54 am

woodchuck wrote:Where can I purchase any of these oils - avocado, coconut & grape seed oil.
Read they are so much better than traditional oils, any comments?
What would be a representative price for them? Thanks :roll:



This thread might help you out, Mr. Chuck.
Not sure about the representative price, though.

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Re: Specialty cooking oils

Postby sbaustin » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:37 am

There is a store called Eco Tienda that has coconut and avocado oils. It is located on San Martin and Colon in Miraflores. They are pricey.
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Re: Specialty cooking oils

Postby asgp » Mon Apr 04, 2016 9:07 pm

There is this store in San Miguel called ECOTIDIANA, prices are definetly better than Miraflores in this district. I went there a couple of times with my GF and I know they have oils there, also a lot of organic stuff, even organic clothes, WHAT!

They have a facebook page and the location is really good, a block away from a big mall Plaza San Miguel, very tourist friendly.
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Re: Specialty cooking oils

Postby tjmccurdy » Tue Apr 05, 2016 9:29 pm

We get them in "Madre Natura" who has stores in a couple different places (around Miraflores and such).

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