My sister-in-law brought me virgin coconut oil back from Nicaragua. (It's the best I've ever seen or smelled!) It was liquid when she handed it to me, but now (24 hours later), it's solid in a bottle with a small spout. I think it's used to being kept in a warmer climate. Anyway, to get it out, I'm thinking of microwaving it or warming it in boiling water. Any other brilliant ideas out there?
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