Where can you find 100% coconut milk??

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Answered on August 19, 2014
Created April 04, 2013 at 8:26 PM

I want to add coconut milk to my coffee, and just to use in general. But every store I've checked only had coconut milk with fillers, sugar and other not good for you/ no paleo things. So I'm wondering where I could find some coconut milk that is just the milk. Stores are preferred but I'll take websites if that's the only option.

Thanks for the help

3924 · April 05, 2013 at 4:17 AM

This is the brand I use also.

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19160 · April 04, 2013 at 8:31 PM

  1. Buy a coconut at any grocery store.
  2. Crack open, reserve the coconut water into blender.
  3. Scrape flesh into blender. Peel brown skin off flesh, first (use a carrot peeler).
  4. Add a cup of water to blender.
  5. Blend, adding more water as needed.

Enjoy fresh coconut milk!

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1423 · April 04, 2013 at 10:29 PM

I agree with Greymouser, the best coconut milk can only be made at home. The brown skin is generally not peeled off though(I come from a culture where coconuts are a staple food), and after blending with water, you should strain the liquid from the pulp. The liquid is the milk. You can save the pulp to make coconut flour.

The stores sell diluted coconut milk with stabilizers that ruin the flavour. After having homemade coconut milk, you will never go back to canned, unless for the convenience lol.

http://ilovetraditionalfoods.blogspot.ca/2013/02/how-to-make-coconut-milk.html http://ilovetraditionalfoods.blogspot.ca/2013/02/how-to-make-coconut-flour.html

8395 · April 05, 2013 at 1:22 AM

If you have an Asian grocery in your town, look in the freezer section. They have frozen 100% coconut milk from the Philippines at my local Asian grocer, and it's the best coconut milk ever! No fillers or additives. It must be from fairly young coconuts and it's really tasty.

The bags they freeze it in are flimsy, so if you are going to thaw it in the bag, be sure to put the bag in a bowl. But they are fine as long as they stay frozen.

Prices are reasonable too.

I like to use the frozen coconut milk, only partially thawed, to make coconut ice "cream".

10044 · April 04, 2013 at 11:01 PM

I found some good coconut milk with no additives in the frozen food section of one of my local Asian markets. The package is labeled Tropics Frozen Coconut Milk and the only ingredient listed is coconut milk. It's only 1.99 for a pkg.

Here is a picture of the product:


248 · April 04, 2013 at 9:13 PM

I've never been able to find any either. For cooking purposes, I use Let's Do Organic Creamed Coconut heated and mixed with water. You could try slicing off a chunk of that into your coffee, although I don't know how well it would mix.

5650 · April 06, 2013 at 1:44 AM

i use aroy d and am so addicted to it. it has the best texture out of all the milks/creams i've found. just perfect. i can't find it in stores so i order it online.

259 · April 05, 2013 at 5:35 AM

AROY-D is a brand that's 100% - I found it in the Chinese supermarket near me as well as a Thai brand called Chaoh Prah (or something like that, I forget exactly). It comes in tins or in tetra-paks, and although its the same product the tetra-pak one is much nicer for some reason.

I live in the UK but I'm sure I've seen Americans talking about AROY-D so I think you can get it there too.

40 · April 05, 2013 at 5:23 AM

This brand used to be sold at Walmart but I don't know if they still do. coconut milk, water.


0 · April 05, 2013 at 12:56 AM

I just found some in the soy sauce aisle. It is a key food in Asian cuisine. Don't look for a jug though, it comes in a metal can.

1241 · April 04, 2013 at 10:44 PM

I found Natural Value coconut milk in the health food section of Kroger the other day. Ingredients: Organic coconut extract, water

3924 · April 05, 2013 at 4:17 AM

This is the brand I use also.

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