Coconut Milk

Coconut Milk: ga-ti

Many global cultures rely on coconut as their primary essential fat sources. These cultures have been shown to be free from heart disease. Coconut milk promotes healthy bones and has anti-carcinogenic, anti-viral, anti-fungal, and anti-microbial properties. The milk is also the key element of most Thai curries.

Some people confuse coconut milk with coconut water, the clear juice found inside a coconut. Milk is a diluted form of cream made by pressing the thick, white flesh of a plump ripe coconut. The meat is steeped in hot water, squeezed out and strained to remove the pulp. After settling, a thick cream rises to the top and is used for the delicious, thick milk. Look for canned brands that have a thick white creamy layer floating on the top. The milk should be rich and mildly sweet tasting. Avoid brands with high sugar content.

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