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    Does anyone have a recipe for a coconut milk latte? Back in the day I used that fake watered down So Delicious coconut milk (not realizing there was the real kind in the can) and it tasted pretty bad. Am curious if anyone has had success steaming coconut milk and making a latte out of it? I'll probably just try it out, but am curious if there is a good recipe out there that might make it taste better. Thanks guys!

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    BLACK. If you are using good beans & have a good machine, why would you want to dilute it with any white stuff?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Catherine View Post
      BLACK. If you are using good beans & have a good machine, why would you want to dilute it with any white stuff?
      yeah, well I need to vary it up a little whenever I feel like a treat. Just like there is no way I could only drink water. Too boring all the time. I will experiment and see what happens. Probably will try half coconut milk/half almond milk. Curious how these two taste when steamed up.

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      • #4
        I used coconut milk and almond milk for a chai latte didn't try it for a cafe latte. I do put coconut cream in my hot coffee for a change of flavor.

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          This is the famous "crack" creamer.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by HillsideGina View Post
            interesting. Not sure about egg in my coffee, but it's worth a try. Whoever devises a non-dairy vanilla latte would be my hero. I drink black coffee, but need something different too.

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            • #7
              You won't notice the egg. I promise.

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              • #8
                I did this a lot this summer. Make coffee in a coffee press, and in the afternoon, mix the leftover coffee with coconut milk, half coffee and half milk, and add a bit of sweetener if I felt like it. And I served it over ice. yum yum.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Finnabair View Post
                  You won't notice the egg. I promise.
                  alright you sold me...though I've never been comfortable with raw eggs, even if they are cage free organic, grass fed.

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                  • #10
                    If you're worried, wash the outside first before breaking the shell and use very fresh eggs. The salmonella risk from eggs is largely from contamination on the outside of the shell (although there are ways to get bacterial contamination inside, it's quite rare). Alternately, you can pasteurize your eggs if you're really concerned about it.
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