How to Make Coconut Oil in Your Home

How to Make Coconut Oil in Your Home

Hey guys in this video I’ll share how to make
your own coconut oil. With the numerous health benefits and uncountable
uses of coconut oil, you should be making yours at home. You will need just coconuts! I’ll be using 3 coconuts for this demonstration. Break the coconuts with a heavy blunt object. I love coconut juice so let’s take a commercial
break while I drink some! When done, pry out the coconut meat from the
coconut shell. Once the coconut is mature, the coconut meat
should come out of the shell easily. Rinse them very well. And cut into small pieces like this to help
your blender. Next, boil some water. Extracting coconut milk with moderately hot
water gives you more coconut oil than when you extract with warm or lukewarm
water. Don’t even think about using cool water for
the extraction. Then grind it in a blender till smooth. I diluted the hot water with cold water to
bring it to a comfortable temperature that I can safely touch with my bare hands as you will
see later. Pour in a sieve to separate the coconut milk
from the chaff. Then press with your hands to squeeze out
the last drop. I grind the chaff a second time to extract
more coconut milk. I’ll be using this sieve with a finer mesh
to sieve the coconut milk to remove the tiniest particles. When done, keep it in the fridge overnight. The next morning, you can see that the coconut
oil has separated from the water and caked beautifully like a frozen lake. Take the white part that’s the oil and place
in a clean dry pot. It is advisable to use original stainless
steel pots for this. Cover and start cooking on low to medium heat. Meanwhile what do I do with the coconut water? I pass it through a sieve. And pour whatever I catch in the sieve into
the pot because that’s coconut oil. You can use this water to boil plain white
rice, to prepare Jollof Coconut Rice and White Coconut
Rice. In fact, you can use it in any recipe that
calls for coconut milk because even though we have removed the coconut oil,
this water still has some coconut taste in it. Keep an eye on the pot and watch the coconut
oil go from this … To this … To this … I cooked it for a total of 1 hour 15 minutes
on low to medium heat to get here. If you notice some smoke while cooking it, you can reduce the heat to very low. Then set the pot aside so that the coconut
oil can cool down to a comfortable temperature. Sieve with a cheese cloth to remove the charred
bits. Due to the sediments at the bottom, I sieve
again with a paper towel. That’s it! Use coconut oil for cooking, for your hair
and body. Google for other uses of coconut oil. Bye, see you soon!

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100 thoughts on “How to Make Coconut Oil in Your Home

  1. @flo chinyere
    Hello ma’am pls when doing coconut oil in a large quantity was can I used to blend it cause while blending my blender suddenly stopped working

  2. I made it but when I took it out of the fringe it was more like cream above than a crust. Why do you think this happened? Thank you your video is so helpful!!😘😘

  3. U did not l what u use the boil water for. U only mentioned it that we should boil water
    What will the hot water do?

  4. Wow oh, finally I can make my own coconut oil. Thanks so much ma. My 5months old baby has been having rashes on her body since she's 3months n is really disturbing me. When I asked other mum's dey recommend coconut oil, since I want original one I decided to make a search so I can make it myself n here I ve gotten a way… Yyyyyyyyy💃💃💃💃. But one question ma, what order step to store to get cold oil if there's no fridge? Thank u

  5. Only one of the three coconuts was good so it didn't cake up as much in the fridge but still worked! Great video

  6. Hey , i tried but my coconut milk turned into thick creamy paste but no oil separated out.there was lot of oil in the cream when i touched i felt it but it didn't separate.what went wrong?

  7. What's wrong at the next day all oil became strong like butter.. Anyone knows how to fix it?
    Thanks in advance!!!

  8. How do people give this video a THUMBS DOWN??
    It's very informative and shows exactly how to do it in simple plain steps.
    Some people are weird.

  9. I tried and stored the coconut milk overnight in the fridge. But in the morning the coconut cake didn't form to take out coconut oil. It was all diluted. Did you added anything to it?

  10. Someone please answer me ! Can I just boil the "white coconut" without blend it and separate it ? I mean direct boil after you knock the coconut

  11. Thank you! I have failed miserably before watching your video, because I just chopped the coconut as fine as I could but didn't blend it…..Will try your way. All the best!

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