It depends on the temperature.
Coconut oil congeals at around
76 degrees. My kitchen is warmer
than the rest of this apt, so the
coconut oil in the pantry is liquid.
But the little jar I use on my feet,
that sits next to the couch, is
semi-solid. So is the jar in the
Actually, I find it easier to rub
in the coconut oil when it's congealed. I don't spill any. However, a tablespoonful of the
congealed oil, isn't very appetizing-looking; kind of like
eating vaseline. But if you keep
the eating-oil in a warm spot, it
will stay liquid.