Answers

2015-09-09T17:23:40+05:30
It is because the freezing point of coconut oil is high or Melting point of coconut oil is less.
Hope it helps and pls mark it as the best answer. :-)
0
2015-09-09T17:28:39+05:30
There are many reasons for this. Some of these are as follows:

1. Because it's colder in the winter and that creates a physical change in the coconut oil.
2.
It has something to do with the high melting point of coconut oil. Coconut oil turns from a clear liquid into a hard, white solid at temperatures below 76 degrees. Butter does the same thing. Pull a cube of butter out of the ref and it is solid. Keep it out on a hot day and it melts, as the say, like butter.
3. Because the freezing point of coconut oil is high or Melting point of coconut oil is less.

And many more....

0