Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Cans may ding if pallets are stacked or hit.
Coconut milk is high in fiber, rich in vitamins and minerals and is lactose free. For those people looking to avoid dairy, coconut milk can be a good alternative next to almond milk and other vegetables beverages.
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Coconut milk is traditionally made by grating the white inner flesh of a brown coconut and mixing the shredded coconut meat with a small amount of water in order to suspend the fat present in the grated meat. The grating process can be carried out manually or by machine
When a fresh coconut is squeezed, the liquid that comes out is coconut is coconut cream. The first squeeze of the nut has the highest fat and is thus “La crème de la crème” of the coconut flesh. Freshly squeezed coconut cream has been used by locals of the Tropics for thousands of years instead of dairy cream. Coconut milk has been packed in cans and exported for over 65 years.