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Dairy-free Unsweetened Coconut Milk Extra Thick Cream Lactose Free Kosher 13.5-oz Can – Pack of 2 – By Ushia

Everything You Can Do With a Can of Coconut Milk
Coconut milk is responsible for a wealth of flavorful dishes that range from sweet, rich ice creams to spicy dips and soothing soups.
But what exactly is Coconut Milk (Not to be confused with Coconut Water which comes from the center of young green Coconuts) Coconut Milk is made from grated and pressed brown coconut, much like almond or cashew milks, And thanks to the high fat content it has a rich, mildly sweet flavor and creamy texture that’s remarkably similar to dairy milks.

Use it as a Dairy Substitute.

Coconut Milk can be used as a Lactose-free, Vegan Milk substitute in countless capacities: stir it into your coffee, whip it into cream, add it to baked goods, or make it into yogurt, And if your diet excludes dairy, you may just be surprised by how smooth and creamy dairy-free ice creame can get, whether we’re talking salted peanut butter , mint chip, or simple classics like chocolate and vanilla.

What you can make with Coconut Milk:
✔ Use it as a Dairy Substitute:
✔ Make Dips and Sauces
✔ Give Cocktails and Smoothies a Tropical Twist
✔ Pair it With Seafood
✔ And Yes, Curries and Rich Desserts.

Remember how I said Coconut’s great dairy substitute? Yeah, welcome to Coconut dessert land

Product Features

  • DAIRY FREE, LACTOSE FREE Coconut can be used as dairy vegan milk substitute in countless capacities: stir it into your coffee, whip it into cream, add it into baked goods, or make it into yogurt, or ice cream.
  • COCONUT MILK: What exactly is Coconut Milk ? Made from grated and pressed brown coconut, much like almond and cashew milks and Coconut Milk has high fat content.
  • USE IT AS A DAIRY SUBSTITUTE: Thanks to a high fat content and rich, mildly sweet flavor and creamy texture that makes it Similar to Dairy Milk
  • MADE IN THAILAND: Fresh Coconut is a staple ingredient in Southeast Asia, part of China and India, and the Caribbean,
  • STRICTLY KOSHER Kosher parve, kosher for passover (kitniyot) under the supervision of Orthodox Union (OU) and Bait Yosef (R’ Oivdya Yosef)

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Amazon Customer says:

Use coconut cream instead

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