Camp Coconut

Where can you get reliable answers to Coconut questions?

(And how on earth do you quickly find answers even at 12.01am?)

When discussing coconut products with friends and family, most people have questions.

These questions may involve something to do with how to use oil, or which type of coconut product is best, or recipes. It may be about how to care for skin, or what an MCFA is. And the natural response to such a situation is to try and find the answers via the Internet. But often the answers online are unpredictable and contradictory.

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What’s worse is that the source of the information can’t always be trusted. You’re never sure what’s being revealed and what’s being ‘conveniently forgotten.’ Plus when you do find some useful information, there’s often no other trusted source you can turn to, to ask for an opinion.

It’s a bit like starting class after camp

You remember the feeling you get near the end of camp, when everyone has become friends, and you all share a common set of knowledge and experience and lingo, don’t you? Those who join the group or class after that camp won’t have the same knowledge, experience and camaraderie. They won’t know the inside jokes, and can’t share the same memories. For them it may be they feel a little lonely. Everyone else knows the lingo, and they may feel left out.

Master the Coconut! Discover its many uses, and easily explain them to friends and family.

How Can You Learn More?

There are now two levels of membership level – free membership, and Coconut Tips.

Join Now It's Free!

The Camp Coconut Membership Area learning resource is a work in progress. We’re doing all we can to make learning content available to our New Zealand readers, and those from around the world. There are currently 700 free members in Camp Coconut. The Coconut Tips Membership Login is now being launched as well. See inside for more details.

Not sure how you use this resource?

  • Learn correct terms for example, Coconut Butter – what’s that?
  • Make your own organic Coconut Cream – as much as you need, when you need in a few short minutes
  • Learn about how to use Virgin Coconut Oil for hair care
  • Library of recipes

Correct Terms
You can learn about the correct use of terms like coconut milk and coconut water and how they ware are confused. The label on a jar stating Coconut Butter has been assumed to mean solid Virgin Coconut Oil, when it is actually something completely different! There much to learn, and you can do a lot with it!

Make your own cooking building blocks such as Organic Coconut Cream – in minutes!
Another example of what you’ll learn at Coconut Camp is how to make 100% natural Coconut Cream, right in your own home with Creamed Coconut and C Coconut Water! This will be valuable for you as there are countless recipes which have, “Coconut Milk” or “Coconut Cream”. Unfortunately the majority of Coconut Cream and Coconut Milk in the supermarkets tastes like tinned water, and they come with stabilisers too!

Why Coconut Tips?

Camp Coconut Annual Membership Free Option Coconut Tips Option
Which Coconut Oil? eCourse version 2 tickred
Basic Facts Articles tickred
Access to Recipes Archive tickred
Coconut Oil and Dry Skin Basic Skincare Report tickred
Bonuses to come tickred
Hidden Coconut Tips Article Pages tickred
Personalised “Camp Locker” to save your articles/pages to tickred
Special Price Per Year (NZ$) Free $ 250
Pay safely by clicking “add to cart” and use the credit card option at the shopping cart
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Note: Coconut Tips Membership is a recurring membership. This means that your credit card will be automatically billed, when your membership comes up for renewal. However, there’s nothing to fear, as the system allows you to cancel your membership at any time, (you can do this from your own computer) and your card will NOT be re-billed in the next cycle.

Don’t be shy, click on the big red button join Camp Coconut free membership.

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P.S. If you are still unsure how to join us, take a look here at this simple visual reference page.

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