Coconut milk 49p at B&M
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Coconut milk 49p at B&M

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Found 11th May 2013
Just walked into B&M to grab some coconut milk seen this great bargain , only had £3 on me so bought 6 ;-)

Enjoy

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Mmm, I love coconut milk! I like to eat it when it's solidified... MMM!

wow what a deal!

I'd welcome comments on how I would cook with this stuff.

:-)

Burbage Fox

I'd welcome comments on how I would cook with this stuff. :-)


Curries, rice pudding for example.

Look up any Thai recipe it's likely to have coconut milk in it

Is it one of those brands which is a piddlingly low percentage of actual coconut milk ?

Jamaican Rice and Peas

Rarely see it for less than 80p a tin and use a lot of it myself (any Asian cooking can utilise it, Keralan, Thai, Malay etc).

Heat added,

Banned

Becareful about the coconut content, which varies from 50+% to 80+%. And that is only the declared amount. The ones in Costco, "Natco" branded is one of the better ones although one has to be a member of this Yankee marketing palace to benefit.

Tesco Every Little Helps is truly a marketing "****" for creamed coconut [at least] because they deliberately stock all brandsfrom the best to the worse and making that viable through selectively limiting availability and where price is not a factor because they range from 80+ pence to nearly £2.00 for the same tinned volume, the price being no indicator of quality & true coconut quantity other than their victims/"customers" being separated by their willingness to offer their Easy-Come, Easy-Go, Jest Like Zat. This is called Multiplicity of Choice - Malevolent's way of dumbing down a human by offering choices where one thing will do - so long as The One is always The Best, of course - just like the conniving numpty and his "Education x3" and "Multiculturalism", which will never work if only because ant colonies seldom co-exist, Reality not being All Things to All Men other than All Men for The Same Thing, which in the case of The Tag-Alongs of Zer Chosen Vuns, eets Count de Money and His entourage. And for coconut cream, "Pride" is one of the better brands.

Edited by: "gunsNbutter" 12th May 2013

Original Poster

Coconut kernel extract is 50% on this one

gunsNbutter

Becareful about the coconut content, which varies from 50+% to 80+%. And … Becareful about the coconut content, which varies from 50+% to 80+%. And that is only the declared amount. The ones in Costco, "Natco" branded is one of the better ones although one has to be a member of this Yankee marketing palace to benefit.Tesco Every Little Helps is truly a marketing "****" for creamed coconut [at least] because they deliberately stock all brandsfrom the best to the worse and making that viable through selectively limiting availability and where price is not a factor because they range from 80+ pence to nearly £2.00 for the same tinned volume, the price being no indicator of quality & true coconut quantity other than their victims/"customers" being separated by their willingness to offer their Easy-Come, Easy-Go, Jest Like Zat. This is called Multiplicity of Choice - Malevolent's way of dumbing down a human by offering choices where one thing will do - so long as The One is always The Best, of course - just like the conniving numpty and his "Education x3" and "Multiculturalism", which will never work if only because ant colonies seldom co-exist, Reality not being All Things to All Men other than All Men for The Same Thing, which in the case of The Tag-Alongs of Zer Chosen Vuns, eets Count de Money and His entourage. And for coconut cream, "Pride" is one of the better brands.



Tesco had the Natco ones 2 for £1.60 but not sure if offer is still on

seb

that doesn't sound a very healthy … that doesn't sound a very healthy product!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut_milk



It's basically fruit juice so got to be healthy

if wiki is correct, coconut milk has not got much of a coconut taste so why do we use it; if its not dissimilar to cows milk?

Laydon

if wiki is correct, coconut milk has not got much of a coconut taste so … if wiki is correct, coconut milk has not got much of a coconut taste so why do we use it; if its not dissimilar to cows milk?



Because wiki is incorrect

Laydon

if wiki is correct, coconut milk has not got much of a coconut taste so … if wiki is correct, coconut milk has not got much of a coconut taste so why do we use it; if its not dissimilar to cows milk?



Maybe your getting it mixed up with coconut water
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