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I am allergic to regular cows milk, soy, and corn I want to know if coconut cream is advisable in place of coffee creamer.

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I am allergic to regular cows milk, soy, and corn I want to know if coconut cream is advisable in place of coffee creamer.

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on September 19, 2013
at 07:08 AM

Only if you like coconut-flavored coffee. I tried it and didn't care for it.

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on September 18, 2013
at 10:59 PM

@note

I'd have to ask...how allergic? And when you say allergic...lalctose intolerant?

Heavy cream has less lactose than milk. Have you given heavy cream a try?

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on September 18, 2013
at 06:06 PM

There's absolutely nothing wrong with adding coconut cream to your coffee as long as it's 100% coconut CREAM, not the manufactured coconut creamER you can buy. There should be ONE ingredient. Coconut--whether it's coconut butter that you dissolve with hot water, or the fatty part of coconut milk (whole coconut milk itself is fine too).

I'm one of those people who has to have something white in my coffee, and I used to joke that I'd settle for white paint if that's all that's available. Turns out the joke was on me, because in my SAD days I used to use commercially flavored creamers (what a nutritional disaster!) and what made these white was titanium dioxide, a metal compound used in white paint. I WAS drinking paint!!! Head. Pound. On. Desk.

Anyway, I'm happy with coconut milk in my coffee, although I find that it tastes better if I also blend in (with a little hand frother) some coconut oil to give it more body and fat.

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on September 18, 2013
at 05:01 PM

try it out and see, you can buy it in the block form, chop off a piece and eat it, see if you have any sort of reaction.

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