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  • Canning Homemade Coconut Milk

    Hey,

    First time poster here.

    I've been being primal/paleo since March. I love it. The biggest thing that I consume is homemade coconut milk.

    Can coconut milk be canned to help preserve in the cupboard or in the fridge and not spoil?

    Let me know. I can stuff all the time and am just wondering. Rather not waste precious coconut milk due to experiments.



    Bradford

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    Canning and Preserving Milk at Home : Razor Family Farms

    Here's a guide.

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    • #3
      Personally, I use mason jars. Just grab one from the box in which they came, pour in the strained coconut milk (using a funnel), pop on the lid and screw on the ring. I have yet to have a single jar go bad, even though I don't bother sterilizing them. Admittedly, I haven't made all that many, but I have taken quite some time to consume some of them.

      I keep it in my fridge and, when I need it, I put it in a small saucepan of water and heat it over low heat until the cream melts. Shake it up and serve.

      Edit: By the way, I made a topic about this a while back, but nobody replied. What is your preferred ratio for homemade coconut milk?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Zanna View Post
        Thanks you soooo much for this!!

        Originally posted by CocoaNut View Post
        Personally, I use mason jars. Just grab one from the box in which they came, pour in the strained coconut milk (using a funnel), pop on the lid and screw on the ring. I have yet to have a single jar go bad, even though I don't bother sterilizing them. Admittedly, I haven't made all that many, but I have taken quite some time to consume some of them.

        I keep it in my fridge and, when I need it, I put it in a small saucepan of water and heat it over low heat until the cream melts. Shake it up and serve.

        Edit: By the way, I made a topic about this a while back, but nobody replied. What is your preferred ratio for homemade coconut milk?
        I do the same. I was just wondering temp/pressure and alotted time in the PC.

        That article is the beeseneese!


        Bradford

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        • #5
          I have yet to have a single jar go bad

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