Monday, November 8, 2010

Tropical Traditions Palm Shortening Giveaway!

Congratulations to #62, Eileen, who said - tweeted this! http://twitter.com/2sic2mooov/status/7104529292070912  thankyou!

 


I think Tropical Traditions is the best place to get Healthy Oils of any kind!  I've now got the chance to give away another Tropical Tradition Cooking Product.  It's Tropical Traditions Palm Shortening.  It is derived from Palm Oil, which is the most widely used oil in the world except the US.  Palm Shortening has had some of its unsaturated fats removed, which gives it a very firm texture and high melting point.  It has no trans fats and can be used for baking just like shortening!  It is colorless and odorless as well. 
I received the gallon container of the palm shortening and I absolutely love it for cooking and baking.  It is everything a shortening should be--doesn't take away from the flavors I'm using and I feel good about cooking with it because it has no trans fats!  A whole gallon will last me forever!  I've cooked eggs, meat and vegetables with it and add it to cookie mixes.  It's great!  Everything tastes so much better using it!  I'm not kidding, it takes my cooking to another level.  Right now through Sunday, November 21st  you can get it on sale for $19.85, that's 44%off!     And if you missed it this time, there will always be another opportunity.  Just sign up for their newsletter for notifications on all their great sales and promotions.  


One person is going to win a gallon container of Tropical Traditions Organic Palm Shortening!  I'm excited to let you in on the details here!  To enter, first do this mandatory entry and any other extra entries that you'd like:
MANDATORY:


  • Visit Tropical Traditions and let me know something that really floats your boat there!
Extra entries:
  • Grab my button on the right side bar and put it on your blog or site!  Let me know where! (+2) Leave two comments for two entries!
  • Tell me about your most tropical experience!  Would you want to make it a tradition? (+3) Leave three comments for three entries!
  • Subscribe to the Tropical Tradition Newsletter! (+2)
  • Make an order from Tropical Tradition and e-mail me the receipt at daisydoo200 at yahoo dot com  Must be done within the time of this giveaway.  $15 minimum.  First time orders use this code - 5954910. You will get a cool recipe book with 85 recipes and more! (+5)
  • Subscribe to my RSS Feed (+1)
  • Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter! (+1)
  • Tweet about this and get 1 entry every day you do!  Leave your tweet status! You can do that by clicking on the date you tweeted! (+1)  
A GAL NEEDS...Tropical Traditions Organic Palm Shortening! #Giveaway http://bit.ly/cWmhqB 11/29/10 #Win

This Giveaway is open to both US and Canada and will end on 11/29/10!  Winner will be selected by random number generator and will be notified by e-mail! Thank you so much to Tropical Traditions for keeping us healthy with your great products!  I was provided product for an honest review and winner will also be provided product by Tropical Traditions!


98 comments :

karasceviour said...

I would love to try alot of the things at tropical traditions,,it all looks great! I would especially love to try the orgnic dark chocolate!!! karasceviour at hotmail dot com

karasceviour said...

I subscribe to tropical traditions newsletter, entry #1. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

karasceviour said...

I subscribe to tropical traditions newsletter, entry #2. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

karasceviour said...

I'm a fan of tropical traditions on facebook. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

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I subscribe to your feed via email. karasceviour at hotmail dot com

Nicole @ Yuppie Yogini said...

I'm interested in the Tropical Traditions coconut oil--love that stuff!

Abbi said...

Something that I really love from Tropical Traditons is their shredded coconut. I would love to try the flakes too. All in all I just really like their site. They explain why the food is so good and have educational videos. They also have tons of good recipes using wholesome ingredients!

Abbi said...

Tropical experiance #1
When I was a teen I went to the Dominican Republic on a mission trip. I had a blast helping with building projects, getting to know the people and trying to talk in Spanish. Seeing bananans growing and all sorts of other tropical plants was great. Eating fresh tropical food was wonderful too!

Abbi said...

Tropical experience #2
My kids and I like to find something new to try when we go to the grocery store. We had fun trying star fruit but it isn't nessasarily something that I would buy again.

my e-mail address is abbi @ abbisbridal.com

Abbi said...

Tropical experience #3
Eating fresh coconut. We northern Minnesotans had quite a time figuring out how to get it open and use the inside milk and flesh with out spilling everything!

Abbi said...

I subscribe to the TT newsletter. entry #1

Abbi said...

I subscribe to the TT newsletter.
entry #2

Abbi said...

I am a fan of TT on Facebook.

Andi said...

I want to try to coconut cream concen. Thank you - new to site.

Rebekah said...

I've been watching the book on vaccines! It's on sale this week...I might have to get it. I love their unscented moisturizing lotion. It has replaced face lotion and body lotion for our family!

Rebekah said...

I'm a fan on facebook!

Rebekah said...

I subscribe to the TT newsletter.

Rebekah said...

I love getting TT newsletter!

Rebekah said...

I was able to live in Hawaii for 10 months when I was in Youth With a Mission. So beautiful there!!!!

Rebekah said...

Being in the tropics, you get used to the daily afternoon rain. But it's warm!

Rebekah said...

In Vietnam on a missions trip, I got to ride an elephant. It was wild. The elephant's hair on the top of its head is very stiff and scratchy. It snagged my shorts dreadfully, and I've never been able to throw them out! They're a cheap souvenir!

Donna said...

I like and use both the Virgin Coconut oil and the expeller-pressed coconut oil.
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Donna said...

I'm a Tropical Traditions subscriber!
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Donna said...

I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter. #2
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jan said...

I'd love to try their ultimate omega-3! sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

jan said...

I don't know if it's considered "tropical" but it's hot enough to be & the most tropical trip I've taken LOL Mexico - we went the first time & did make it a tradition - have been going every year now for 13 years. sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

jan said...

I don't know if it's considered "tropical" but it's hot enough to be & the most tropical trip I've taken LOL Mexico - we went the first time & did make it a tradition - have been going every year now for 13 years. sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

jan said...

I don't know if it's considered "tropical" but it's hot enough to be & the most tropical trip I've taken LOL Mexico - we went the first time & did make it a tradition - have been going every year now for 13 years. sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

jan said...

signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter sammiejanL40 at aol dot com

jan said...

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jan said...

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Melissa G. said...

Great giveaway!
I'd like to try the Coconut Oil for cooking since it is good for you!

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eclairre said...

I like the Coconut Oil. My sister swears by it for soft hair

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eclairre said...

I subscribe to their newsletter.

The Crave to Save said...

I have been wanting to try their coconut oil for the longest time!

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The Crave to Save said...

My most tropical experience would be going to Jamaica on my honeymoon 6 years ago...definitely would love that to be a tradition :)

The Crave to Save said...

My most tropical experience would be going to Jamaica on my honeymoon 6 years ago...definitely would love that to be a tradition :) #2

The Crave to Save said...

My most tropical experience would be going to Jamaica on my honeymoon 6 years ago...definitely would love that to be a tradition :) #3

The Crave to Save said...

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The Crave to Save said...

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The Crave to Save said...

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JC said...

Organic Lip Moisturizers looks good to give it a try.

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Eileen said...

Oh my gosh those pictures of pumpkin breads look sO good on their site!

Id really love to try any of their products but would love to try their coconut OIL!

Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil
Certified Organic
1 Quart (32 FL. oz.) glass jar

thanks!

ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

Eileen said...

My most tropical moment was taking a trip of a lifetime to Jamaica with some other moms and being able to relax without kids. I have never been pampered like that before! We had someone cook us Key Lime Pie and we got to rest and read by a pool with the sea just beyond this. and didnt even cost much because one of moms had family that owned the place!

Tropical HEAVEN!

thanks much!


ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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Eileen said...

My most tropical moment was taking a trip of a lifetime to Jamaica with some other moms and being able to relax without kids. I have never been pampered like that before! We had someone cook us Key Lime Pie and we got to rest and read by a pool with the sea just beyond this. and didnt even cost much because one of moms had family that owned the place!

Tropical HEAVEN!

thanks much!


ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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Eileen said...

My most tropical moment was taking a trip of a lifetime to Jamaica with some other moms and being able to relax without kids. I have never been pampered like that before! We had someone cook us Key Lime Pie and we got to rest and read by a pool with the sea just beyond this. and didnt even cost much because one of moms had family that owned the place!

Tropical HEAVEN!

thanks much!


ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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Eileen said...

following Tropical Traditions on Twitter!

@2sic2mooov

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Eileen said...

following you on Twitter!

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Eileen said...

Already a Tropical Traditons newsletter subscriber!

thanks much!


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Eileen said...

Already a Tropical Traditons newsletter subscriber!

thanks much!


ejrichter60 at gmail dot com

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Eileen said...

tweeted this!

http://twitter.com/2sic2mooov/status/7104529292070912

thankyou!

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The Crave to Save said...

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One Southern Girl said...

I really want to try their swiss chocolate... I'd also like to try the palm shortening.

Thanks for hosting this great giveaway!
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One Southern Girl said...

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Dani said...

I'd like to try the coconut cream concentrate. contestd(at)hotmail.com

Eileen said...

http://twitter.com/2sic2mooov/status/7434036116979712

tweeted this!

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The Crave to Save said...

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Sue D said...

I would also like to try their coconut oil--I've heard so many good things about it.
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Sue D said...

I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter #1
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Sue D said...

I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter #2.
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The Crave to Save said...

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Eileen said...

tweeted this!

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http://twitter.com/2sic2mooov/status/7906985823444994

thanks!

Eileen said...

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the Crave to Save said...

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Eileen said...

tweeted this!

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matt4melis said...

I love the coconut cream concentrate and the peppermint moisturizing cream.

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matt4melis said...

1-My most tropical experience was going to Hawaii with my college roommate and two other friends. We visited the beach, pineapple plantation, Polynesian Culture Center, Pearl Harbor exhibit, etc. It was lots of fun.

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matt4melis said...

2-My most tropical experience was going to Hawaii with my college roommate and two other friends. We visited the beach, pineapple plantation, Polynesian Culture Center, Pearl Harbor exhibit, etc. It was lots of fun.

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matt4melis said...

3-My most tropical experience was going to Hawaii with my college roommate and two other friends. We visited the beach, pineapple plantation, Polynesian Culture Center, Pearl Harbor exhibit, etc. It was lots of fun.

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Eileen said...

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tweeted this!

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the Crave to Save said...

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Eileen said...

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jskell911 said...

The hair treatment would be great for my son

Holly said...

The Coconut Oil would be great for cooking!
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LStewart said...

I would love to try their swiss chocolate.

Anna P. said...

Never used anything like this but I'd like to start. So I would choose the Virgin Coconut Oil Book to get me going and help me know what to do with it. annatiffany at yahoo