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115 of 121 people found the following review helpful
I adore coconut cream. Because I generally try to follow the Paleo diet, coconut cream comes in handy for whipping up into whipped toppings, mousses, spreads, and even making things like creamer for my tea.

However, after reading about the issue of BPA in canned goods, I went on a search to try to find which brands have BPA free cans. That search led me to Native Forest, which has a thick and rich texture that is exactly perfect for making Paleo dishes out of coconut cream. Not only are the cans BPA free, but the product is organic, which means a lot to me.

Though you should be aware that these cans are the tiny, 5.4 ounce size, coconut cream goes bad quickly enough that it's actually just fine to have tiny cans. With all of the good fats and nutrition in coconut cream, you really don't need to add much in order to get great results. I often substitute coconut cream for coconut milk in Paleo recipes, such as the chocolate coconut mousse recipe on the website PaleOMG.

This is my favorite coconut cream product, because it's the only one I've found that is both organic and has BPA free cans. The flavor is rich and coconutty, and is exactly what you'd expect if ordering an unsweetened coconut cream.
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74 of 79 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2013
Coconut milk is thin and runny; coconut cream isn't...or isn't supposed to be. This cream is almost as thin as canned coconut milk, both at room temp and chilled. Other brands of cream (like Wilderness Family Naturals) are so thick -- even at room temperature -- they don't even pour.

It tastes pretty good, but to me it's still just coconut milk; even chilled it's not as thick as I expect coconut cream to be. Given the cost of this product, I'd expect to be paying for less water.

Check the can size -- these are tiny cans, 5.4 oz, not 13 oz.

Some people are receiving dented cans -- one of my cans was dented, the rest were fine.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on December 2, 2013
I like this Organic Coconut Cream, but to tell you the truth, I think it's not that much different from the Organic Coconut Milk (in the 13 oz can). I compared the nutritional information and they are not really that much different. So with that in mind, this is too expensive! Just buy the Milk. Native Forest is a good brand though and the flavor is good. I like both Native Forest and Thai Organic Coconut Milk. You can't go wrong with either one, so buy which ever one is on sale!
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on February 23, 2014
I bought this to introduce a healthy whipped cream into my kids' diet, since raw cow's milk cream is hard to come by. As per usual, I refrigerated a can immediately in preparation for needing whipped cream a few days later. Unfortunately, not having checked this stuff out first was a mistake because there's entirely too much milk left over which renders the cream unable to be whipped. The next time I needed it, however, I carefully spooned the cream out until I saw that distinctive layer of milk. This time, the cream whipped perfectly. However, it turns out that at least 1/3 of EACH can I've used since has been milk, not cream! Of course I would tolerate a little bit of milk, but 30%?! Holy cow! And, like others have said, these are *tiny* cans, which makes sense since the cream constitutes less of the coconut content, but it would be since if amazon or the vendor would supplement the pic with a ruler or some other way to assess the size of the can in the pic.

And now for the more ridiculous part ... I ordered this in Oct 2013 when the cost was $22-something per 12 pack. Pricey, but worth it. Now when I returned to amazon to reorder, the price has literally doubled to $45-something for the same 12 pack. No way am I going to purchase this again at that price! Like another reviewer said, I'll head on over to Wilderness Family and order their stuff which I've seen (from a friend) is not nearly as much milk as this product. It's too bad, because I did like the organic and non-GMO aspects of this brand.
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50 of 58 people found the following review helpful
on August 23, 2013
We use coconut cream and milk all the time. Two things about this product. First the can looks like the size we order all of the time from the picture so we did not notice that these are mini cans, no bargain at all. Second and more importantly, THERE IS NO WAY THIS IS CREAM. IT POURS LIKE WATER. WE HAVE CANS OF COCONUT MILK THAT ARE MUCH THICKER. THIS IS DEFINITELY NOT COCONUT CREAM. WHAT A FRAUD!!!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2013
I thought the product was ok. I like when it is solid though and this was liquid. I forgot to look at size and the cans are very small. not worth the money I spent.
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on May 23, 2013
Believe it or not, this coconut cream works GREAT as a protein AND moisture treatment for hair. Most people will use coconut milk as a DIY treatment, but, to me, the cream works MUCH better - it's thicker, spreads better, and won't drip everywhere. Oh, and it smells AMAZING, too!

These 5.4oz cans are small - just the right amount for a hair treatment, with no waste leftover. Just apply to dry hair, making sure you get all of the hair/roots/etc completely covered, scrunch it all up under a plastic cap, and leave on for about 30-60 minutes before rinsing out and shampooing.

Just make sure what your hair actually NEEDS is a protein treatment - if wet strands are super stretchy or your hair feels mushy and weak, you probably need protein. Just don't overdo it, and always follow a protein treatment with a moisture treatment. With the coconut cream, you get both!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on October 15, 2014
Product Quality: This is not coconut cream - it is very thin coconut milk

Product Size: Product description labeled the cans as full size cans (this has now been updated to reflect the mini 5.4 oz cans) for comparative purposes, these are slightly smaller than "normal" cans of tomato paste that you would see in a supermarket.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on September 4, 2014
So I ordered this because I didn't want all the Guar Gum that their coconut milk has. I was excited to order this because I thought that the entire can would be just the "cream." It was not and had about the same ratio of guar gum to milk as their milk. Sooooooooooooo disappointed. Glad it is organic, glad that it is BPA free, but now I just order the milk and pour off the "cream" and dump the guar gum. This costs more and has the same amount of "cream." I know this company cares, so I hope they read this. I would LOVE to pay more for JUST the "cream," but this product isn't there yet. NO Guar Gum and then we can talk.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on December 14, 2013
Usually has a smooth consistency, but the last set of cans I ordered was curdled. I use it for coffee at the office. It is not usable for this purpose.
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