Essential Organic Coconut Milk 400ml

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Ingredients

Organic Coconut Milk ingredients: Organic Coconut Meat Extract (55%), Water.

About Organic Coconut Milk

Organic Essential Coconut Milk is made from freshly pressed coconut kernel and does not contain any preservatives or stabilisers. The Essential coconut range is sustainably sourced from co-operative farms in Sri Lanka. The coconuts used to create this premium Coconut Milk are organically grown in Sri Lanka, where traditionally every part of the coconut tree is used.

Coconut Milk is widely used to make dairy free smoothies and desserts, to add to sauces (try adding crushed nuts, curry paste and coconut milk together, to make a simply satay sauce). Coconut Milk is perfect for creamy curries and delicious soups.

This Essential Coconut Milk contains no stabilisers or additives, as such, it may separate. Simply shake the tin before use, and use within 3 days of opening (store in the refrigerator once opened).

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Best coconut milk ever!

By Susan Turner on 14/08/2017

On paper looks good. No rubbish ingredients but is heavily separated in the can. This is expected and other brands i have used  can be rehomogenised with a short whirl in a brender. But this just curdles. I just cant get it to be that nice pouring consistency no matter what I do. Its either separated into solid and water or its curdled. If anyone can tell me how to make it creamy i'd be very grateful as this has the highest fat % which is what is best for my ketogenic diet,  and is organic has no additives.

By on 08/10/2015

we bought this looking for an alternative now that biona have started adding unnecessary gunk to their coconut milk and so glad we did, it's totally delicious!

By Miriam Newland on 16/06/2015

Just the best canned coconut milk. Nothing but coconut and water - brilliant!

By Sue Brabner on 13/12/2014

An essential (completely punintentional...) item in any vegan cupboard, you'll be surprised at how many recipes call for coconut milk. This is a reliable product and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone.

By Callum Abbott on 08/08/2014

This coconut milk is wonderful in a dairy free rice pudding - quite as good as evaporated milk, if not better. It gives a really rich flavour.

By Moira Hunt on 06/08/2014

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