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What Makes CocoNana Different?

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What Makes CocoNana Different?

Nana Solutions’ first product on the market – 100% RAW VIRGIN COCONUT OIL - and of course, we had to name it “CocoNana”. Way before our coconut oil had arrived on U.S. shores, people asked us what makes our coconut oil different. We produce our raw coconut oil in very small batches from wild grown and harvested coconuts from a network of small permaculture farms where other plants, small mammals, and insects thrive, not on huge plantations. These ecosystems, or what we like to call “mini-jungles”, are where you get the highest grade coconuts. Thai coconuts are known for their...

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Jackfruit: Bulbs and Boiled Seeds

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Jackfruit:  Bulbs and Boiled Seeds

Like many Asians or hyphenated “Asian-Americans” out there, I easily became lactose-intolerant when we weren’t forced to eat those school-size cartons of whole milk Monday through Friday, especially during the summer when the best way to cool down after skateboarding all day in the blazing sun was to grab an ice cold soda pop. My parents being immigrants from Thailand, who definitely were not exposed to dairy products growing up, rarely stocked our refrigerator with a gallon of milk unless my brother and I requested it for some concoction we wanted to try out. A Pepsi and milk blend that...

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Egg Noodle Stir Fry | Made with Organic Coconut Oil

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Egg Noodle Stir Fry | Made with Organic Coconut Oil

Let’s start with cooking one of my favorite types of dishes when I don’t have a lot of time – noodles. I admit it. I LOVE all kinds of noodles - either in in an over-size bowl set in an almost simmering broth and garnished with fried garlic (a must in Thai noodle soups), or a quick stir-fry where most of the flavors from a seasoning sauce or two are infused into other ingredients via a hot wok or pan. I make noodles so often I use both fresh or dried noodles; rice noodles, glass noodles, or egg noodles and...

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Take a Crispy Tofu Break | Made with Coconut Oil

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Take a Crispy Tofu Break | Made with Coconut Oil

Don’t you get bored with having to think about what next to eat? My partner, Jay, and I cook most of our meals and encounter this dilemma pretty often. We both gave up beef years ago. We’re seafood fanatics, but you tend to get hungry after a few hours. During my chemo days, we stayed away (and still do) from hormone and antibiotic-fed chicken. But when I needed to up my intake of iron to boost my red blood count, pork (a popular protein in Asian cuisine) was my only option when it came to conjuring up a meal that...

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