What kind of sick company cross breeds an animal with udders, a cow I assume, with a nut/seed//fruit or whatever it is?? It's disgusting and immoral, and you people openly buy and drink this bizarre genetic hybridised genetic soup? I hope you're all turned into some kind of lame x-men, Carleaseman, a man whose super power is to defend car leasing deals, or Professor Charles Amazonia who artificially inflates the heat of Amazon deals with the power of his mind.

Full moon... Half moon.... Total eclipse

It may not contain as much coconut as other discounted brands but I find it ideal when making a smoothie with it, I find the one from Lidl too thick and if you add water it just does not taste the same. Hot for me especially the little cans as I can just make one smoothie at a time without having to keep half a big can open for days in the fridge.

It may not contain as much coconut as other discounted brands but I find …It may not contain as much coconut as other discounted brands but I find it ideal when making a smoothie with it, I find the one from Lidl too thick and if you add water it just does not taste the same. Hot for me especially the little cans as I can just make one smoothie at a time without having to keep half a big can open for days in the fridge.

Depends what you use it for - I cook Thai curries every week so having the most coconut is essential - Chaokoh is used by all the restaurants but actually the Purple Cans that Home Bargains used to sell had the highest coconut content of any on the market at only 79p if i remember rightly - sadly they arent sold anymore - Lidl are quite good!

This is still a very good deal anyway!!! Two cans gives you 80% coconut anyway and its still cheaper!

Depends what you use it for - I cook Thai curries every week so having the …Depends what you use it for - I cook Thai curries every week so having the most coconut is essential - Chaokoh is used by all the restaurants but actually the Purple Cans that Home Bargains used to sell had the highest coconut content of any on the market at only 79p if i remember rightly - sadly they arent sold anymore - Lidl are quite good!This is still a very good deal anyway!!!Two cans gives you 80% coconut anyway and its still cheaper!But arent these the really small cans?Heat++++

Yeah isnt that what i said 165ml are the tiny cans!665ml so about a large …Yeah isnt that what i said 165ml are the tiny cans!665ml so about a large can and a half!Large cans were 50p so actually not a great deal!

Decent deal if you want the small cans.

If it's 40% coconut it's 40% coconut regardless of the number of cans involved.

Decent deal if you want the small cans.If it's 40% coconut it's 40% …Decent deal if you want the small cans.If it's 40% coconut it's 40% coconut regardless of the number of cans involved.

Nope if you use 2 cans instead of one thats 80% coconut against a single can. Thats what i meant!

Nope if you use 2 cans instead of one thats 80% coconut against a single …Nope if you use 2 cans instead of one thats 80% coconut against a single can.Thats what i meant!

God loves a trier.....

If one can contains 40% coconut, two cans contain 40% coconut. So does three cans, or four cans, or five cans etc etc.

Two cans will contain twice as much coconut as one can by volume, but it's still 40% coconut. Two cans contains 200% the amount of coconut as to what is contained in one can.

God loves a trier.....If one can contains 40% coconut, two cans contain …God loves a trier.....If one can contains 40% coconut, two cans contain 40% coconut. So does three cans, or four cans, or five cans etc etc.Two cans will contain twice as much coconut as one can by volume, but it's still 40% coconut. Two cans contains 200% the amount of coconut as to what is contained in one can.

You are not getting me Two cans as opposed to one can make up 80% coconut compared to the percentage in one can? Whats not to understand? The deal is for 4 cans as opposed to the usual two for the same price. So in effect you get 80% coconut compared to the original price for one can! Seemples! One can contains 40g out of 100 two contains 80g. Two cans contain twice as much coconut as one can!

Lets just agree to differ we are looking at this from different viewpoints!

You are not getting meTwo cans as opposed to one can make up 80% coconut …You are not getting meTwo cans as opposed to one can make up 80% coconut compared to the percentage in one can?Whats not to understand?The deal is for 4 cans as opposed to the usual two for the same price.So in effect you get 80% coconut compared to the original price for one can!Seemples!One can contains 40g out of 100 two contains 80g.Two cans contain twice as much coconut as one can!Lets just agree to differ we are looking at this from different viewpoints!

If you had one million cans the concentration would still be the same percentage, the number of cans is irrelevant.

Wow, I think it's probably for the best we leave it. Back to school for you.....

Suppose you don’t eat tinned humans either then

For reference, this is the content of a 400ml £2 can of Blue Dragon's Coconut milk.

Quite a bit of water in those too as I recall.

I hope you're all turned into some kind of lame x-men, Carleaseman, a man whose super power is to defend car leasing deals, or Professor Charles Amazonia who artificially inflates the heat of Amazon deals with the power of his mind.

Hot for me especially the little cans as I can just make one smoothie at a time without having to keep half a big can open for days in the fridge.

thanks for the link

Depends what you use it for - I cook Thai curries every week so having the most coconut is essential - Chaokoh is used by all the restaurants but actually the Purple Cans that Home Bargains used to sell had the highest coconut content of any on the market at only 79p if i remember rightly - sadly they arent sold anymore - Lidl are quite good!

This is still a very good deal anyway!!!

Two cans gives you 80% coconut anyway and its still cheaper!

But arent these the really small cans?

Heat++++

Edited by:"omendata" 9th Apr165ml as per the thread title

Yeah isnt that what i said 165ml are the tiny cans!

665ml so about a large can and a half!

Large cans were 50p so actually not a great deal!

Edited by:"omendata" 9th AprDecent deal if you want the small cans.

If it's 40% coconut it's 40% coconut regardless of the number of cans involved.

Nope if you use 2 cans instead of one thats 80% coconut against a single can.

Thats what i meant!

God loves a trier.....

If one can contains 40% coconut, two cans contain 40% coconut. So does three cans, or four cans, or five cans etc etc.

Two cans will contain twice as much coconut as one can by volume, but it's still 40% coconut. Two cans contains 200% the amount of coconut as to what is contained in one can.

You are not getting me

Two cans as opposed to one can make up 80% coconut compared to the percentage in one can?

Whats not to understand?

The deal is for 4 cans as opposed to the usual two for the same price.

So in effect you get 80% coconut compared to the original price for one can!

Seemples!

One can contains 40g out of 100 two contains 80g.

Two cans contain twice as much coconut as one can!

Lets just agree to differ we are looking at this from different viewpoints!

Edited by:"omendata" 11th AprIf you had one million cans the concentration would still be the same percentage, the number of cans is irrelevant.

Wow, I think it's probably for the best we leave it. Back to school for you.....