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    I just noticed the sales flyer for Food Basics and Metro. Coconut milk is less then 80 cents a can. Time to stock up.

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    Thanks for the heads up. I'll see if I can find one of those near me.
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    Yup! I buy mine at the Fortinos...$0.75-$0.80 a can. Can't beat it!

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    Wow, I just paid over 2.50 a can in downtown Ottawa! Thanks for the tip, I have just begun using it and love it.

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    Thanks for the heads-up...it's not the brand I usually buy (Mr. Goudas) but I will check it out tomorrow!

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    Hmmm, I'll have to go shopping tomorrow and stock up. Thanks for the tip!

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    I'm in Toronto and I hate to sound stupid, but do you guys actually DRINK coconut milk? I'm not a fan of curries and the only recipes I can find that use coconut milk are curries...I'll totally stock up on it because I've read that it's the best....but can someone tell me how to use it?

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    I'm going to attempt to use it to replace cream and sugar in my coffee in the morning. Right now, I still can't ditch that single sugar in my XL from Tim's. I might even kick my Tim's habit if its workable. Otherwise, I'm open to ideas for it too.

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    Put a bunch of blueberries/raspberries/blackberries/banana/whatever you prefer into the blender and add a can of coconut milk plus a few ice cubes. Blend the shit out of it. Yummy.

    You can also add a can of it to the pan when you're cooking salmon...it makes a nice creamy sauce for the fish.

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    I live in Quebec. Is the sale not here? Here is my weekly flyer (just control-f the first link, or search through the actual flyer in the second link):
    http://www.metro.ca/en/circulaire-ac...er&idFlyer=817
    http://www.metro.ca/en/circulaire.ht...ge=0&imgSize=0

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