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Yes, you can eat it. You would have to soften it or shred it first, but it can be used in place of butter, which I hear works particularly well when making brownies or chocolate frosting. Shea butter can also be eaten, in case you are wondering. I read a forum post on www.marksdailyapple.com going into detail about the… see more Yes, you can eat it. You would have to soften it or shred it first, but it can be used in place of butter, which I hear works particularly well when making brownies or chocolate frosting. Shea butter can also be eaten, in case you are wondering. I read a forum post on www.marksdailyapple.com going into detail about the health benefits of the two types of butters. I hope this helps :) see less
By Kelli M on 12 May 2014
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It's solid, I use it in a melted mix with coconut oil to make a lovely moisturiser. I wouldn't think you would be able to rub it straight on.
By Amazon Customer on 22 March 2015
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It will eventually but usually has a pretty long shelf life. There should be info on container.
By linda m. leiper on 03 February 2015
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We never used it in culinary school for anything other than confectionery and chocolate work, but seeing as you can use it to make your own chocolate, I would maybe use it along with another fat, as it does get very solid when cooled. It may not be suitable as a full replacement for butter or oil. I hope this helps. It… see more We never used it in culinary school for anything other than confectionery and chocolate work, but seeing as you can use it to make your own chocolate, I would maybe use it along with another fat, as it does get very solid when cooled. It may not be suitable as a full replacement for butter or oil. I hope this helps. It is a great product. see less
By Kelli M on 12 February 2014
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