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    I would use the can coconut to freeze in the ice trays. You can use the meat and water from a young Thai coconut....it will be smooth and creamy...this will need a vitamix to blend for a few minutes. I love young thia coconuts.

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    i just used so delicious coconut milk. Will see what happens.

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    so delicious coconut milk isn't coconut milk
    it's a coconut flavored beverage complete with chemicals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    so delicious coconut milk isn't coconut milk
    it's a coconut flavored beverage complete with chemicals.
    so what coconut milk should I buy? I bought some in a can the other day...forgot the name but I think it was called chaoka or something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoS View Post
    I made ice cream on Friday with two cans coconut milk, refilled one can with unsweetened almond milk, one packet of Sweet 'n Low (only sweetener I had in my house), a few drops of vanilla extract, and 3 squares of 65% chocolate. I would have preferred it sweeter, but it was still really good.
    So I just put my frozen so delicious coconut milk (with use a different kind next time) in my vitamix and it turned into a slushy. Do I just freeze the slushy so it has an icrecream texture?

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    Buy Native Forest or Thai Kitchen (see my post on page 2)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Buy Native Forest or Thai Kitchen (see my post on page 2)
    hopefully i can find it at a whole foods. Want to try a can before committing to buying in bulk.

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    I noticed you live in WA state knifegill. Where can I find Aroyo-D? Thanks!
    Most asian and foreign food holes seem to have it. And it's very primal. Just coconuts and water. If you don't shake it, you get cream on top and water on the bottom. It's also about $1.50 per can.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    Buy Native Forest or Thai Kitchen (see my post on page 2)
    Dang I literally just skipped my shipment of Native Forest. I have about 5 cans left which will last me the month since I only use it as a creamer in coffee. Had I read this sooner I wouldn't have skipped so I could try making some ice cream.

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    Easy solution: save one for ice cream!
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