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Thai Kitchen Pure Coconut Milk, 13.66-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)


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  • Pack of 12, 13.66-ounce cans (total of 164 ounces)
  • Premium milk made from the first pressing of ripe coconuts
  • All natural; no preservatives or chemical additives
  • Ready to use; excellent non-dairy substitute
  • Luxurious addition to curries, soups, and frOunceen beverages; product of Thailand
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Ingredients
Coconut Milk, Water, Guar Gum.

Directions
Coconut milk naturally separates and hardens, shake can well before opening and stir before using. Coconut milk will soften when heated. Refrigerate after opening.

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Product Description

About the Brand

Thai Kitchen was founded in 1989 when Seth Jacobson made his first trip to Asia. It was during this first trip to Thailand that he fell in love with the land, the people and the cuisine. At an outdoor market in the center of a Thai village, he discovered the secret of why Thai cuisine is so astonishingly complex, rich and flavorful. The high quality of Thai cuisine was achieved by selecting and combining only the freshest ingredients without making any compromises. He noticed these authentic Thai dishes were made with an intricate combination of fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, tamarind, Thai sweet basil, galangal, fish sauce and jasmine rice.

Seth realized the Thai diet (based on grains, vegetables, herbs and spices) was perfectly positioned for the American market where consumers seek new exciting flavors and foods that are healthy. Being raised in the specialty food industry, he immediately saw the potential for this exotic and flavorful cuisine. Realizing this excellent opportunity to combine his knowledge of specialty foods with his newfound passion for the cuisine of Thailand, he began to develop relationships with Thai ingredient suppliers. At the time, there were no domestic suppliers providing Thai staple items like fish sauce, coconut milk and fresh curry pastes. He wanted to create an authentic Thai product line but knew that he could not achieve the true flavors of Thai cuisine by using ingredients found domestically. Therefore, he chose to work closely with Thai farmers to create the true authentic flavors of Thailand.

In October of 1990, Thai Kitchen's first shipment, arriving at the port of Oakland, California, consisted of 8 core items representing the backbone of Thai cooking. Thai Kitchen sought to make Thai cooking easy for American consumers by providing easy to follow recipes, tantalizing descriptions and serving suggestions. Retailers and consumers embraced the product line with enthusiasm, especially with its upscale and engaging packaging.Thai restaurants were cropping up all over California and the West, where consumers were delighted to find that they could recreate the dishes they had enjoyed in their favorite restaurant at home.

Seth Jacobson's commitment to a truly authentic Thai product line and desire to share his love of Thai cuisine & culture fueled the growth of the brand as well as the need to expand the product line. Thai Kitchen, a division of Epicurean International, Inc., has come a long way from the early days when Seth Jacobson sold curry pastes and fish sauce out of the trunk of his car to a handful of Bay Area accounts. Today, Thai Kitchen has over 45 products and is sold in 50 states, and Canada. Thai Kitchen is now found on the shelves of gourmet food shops, natural food stores, green grocers, ethnic markets and grocery stores. Thai Kitchen offers everything the American consumer is seeking: taste, quality, authenticity... the best of Thailand. With offices in the United States, Europe and Thailand, future plans are to continually develop unique and delicious products bringing consumers the sights, smells and flavors of Thailand.

In 2005, Thai Kitchen opened Epicurean Kitchen - an intimate, non-for-profit, hands-on cooking school in the heart of Bangkok. Epicurean Kitchen is devoted to educating visitors about Thai cuisine and teaching them how to recreate the tastes, flavors and techniques at home.

Product Description

All natural! No preservatives. We make Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk from the first-pressing of fresh, rip coconut meat. Prized in Thai cuisine for its delicate flavor and luxurious texture. Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk is essential in Thai curries and peanut satay sauce, and in many soups, beverages and sweets. It's a delicious addition to your favorite baked or frozen desserts and drinks. Naturally processed in Thailand without preservatives or chemical additives, our premium coconut milk makes an excellent non-dairy substitute in recipes calling for milk or cream. Thai Kitchen - bring that Thai experience home, anytime.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 11.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B000GZSDZI
  • UPC: 737628011506
  • Item model number: 880666
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,724 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

Yes, every single can is dented.
SandyP
Luckily this is available locally so I got to try it without ordering a whole case.
nonpareil
This is one of the only coconut milks we like (other than Taste of Thai).
Mrs. C

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By R. Nina Milber on December 26, 2011
SINCE NEW OWNERS - WATERED DOWN - 2 TABLESPOONS OF PRODUCT WAS 190 CALORIES --NOW 1/3 CUP IS 140 CALORIES - DOES NOT STIFFEN IN FRIGE - LIKE BEFORE
NOT TASTY LIKE BEFORE
MORE WATER AND MORE GUAR GUM = JUNK

COMPLAIN TO THEM OR THEY MAY WATER DOWN MORE - THEIR PHONE NUMBER IS ON CAN. EXAMPLE OF PURE GREED.

I WIL NEVER BUY AGAIN.
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69 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Kent Walker on January 14, 2012
I used to love Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk and bought it by the case. But they clearly changed the product and ruined a good thing.

The old Thai Kitchen was thick and wonderful. It separated in my fridge and even on my kitchen counter if it was below 70 degrees or so. It whipped up into a lovely whipped cream.

This stuff has the consistency of skim milk. It doesn't separate or harden even in the fridge. It doesn't whip up like heavy cream. The flavor seems watered-down.

Apparently these folks never heard the adage, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By That Chatty Gal on November 10, 2011
I've purchased about 5 cans per month of this for about 14 months. At first, this was a wonderful product.

Later, I started finding the bad can occasionally - where the taste was akin to either the product having a metallic reaction with the can, or the product tasting like it had gone bad. But it didn't happen often enough to make me quit buying it.

In the last few months, I've purchased more bad cans than good ones. I've written to their company, and called, numerous times. They don't seem too interested in my findings, sadly.

Just now, I read another reviewer's comments stating that Thai Kitchen was bought out about a year ago. That seems to coincide with when my dis-satisfaction with the product began. Not only is the taste often bad; but formerly there would be a nice thick lump of cream at the top of the can, and a bunch of thin watery milk at the bottom - as one would want. Now, however, the product is as thin as coffee creamer all the way through. It never thickens upon refrigeration, either. Clearly, there is NOT as much fat in the product as formerly. So disappointing!

I wanted a product without sodium metabisulfate - which is a huge allergy trigger. The other recommended brands like Chao Koh have the sodium metabisulfate. Thai Kitchen does add guar gum, but I can live with that. If only they could keep their quality consistently good!

I'm testing A Taste of Thai presently, which is more coconutty tasting, but is very thin and I'm not sure if I like the taste yet (there is an extra fruitiness that I can't quite identify and it is a little overpowering.)

It shouldn't be this hard to get a good prepared coconut milk!
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Laura M. Ricci on November 27, 2007
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I don't write many reviews, but I just received my shipment and opened up a can, as I am making peanut butter pork and needed some more coconut milk. I had ordered the Natural Select brand before, which was okay. But this is so good, that I am eating it out of the can. I have an Asian cookbook that rates this as the best coconut milk on the market, and I would have to agree. Keep this one in stock and you'll have a loyal customer for life!!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Peggy VINE VOICE on February 6, 2007
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I just made the coconut ginger chicken soup last night using this brand and it is so good on these cold evenings. I have a feeling I will be going through this case quickly as I love the coolness of the coconut milk mixed with the Thai spices, such a treat to have it in your own kitchen.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Sweet Charity on June 1, 2011
In my culture we cook with coconut milk all the time. Usually I use chaokoh brand but I was at whole foods and happened to buy thai kitchen brand organic coconut milk. Why they even make organic coconut milk I will never know. The husk and shell on a coconut are thick enough to protect the nut from pesticides. though I don't know about commercial coconut growing I do know that coconut palms grow everywhere around my family's home and there's no need for pesticides; the nuts are protected by nature. Anyways, I'm glad I didn't buy a whole case of the stuff. I tasted it before I added it to the eggplant dish I was making and it was gross and watery. Real coconut milk, like chaokoh, has the slightest sweetness to it and is thick, creamy and separated. I was in a pinch so I went ahead and used it, but I feel my dish would have been better if I used my usual brand.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By SouthDev on July 12, 2010
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I love the product but I would love it even more if my cans did not come bent into half-moon shapes. Six of the 12 cans are severely beat up and make me wonder how bad the shelf life of my product has been affected by the weakening of the can's structure.

I am VERY displeased by the condition in which this package arrived.

edit:
I complained to Amazon that my cans were so bent that they could not even stand on their own and had to be lain on their sides, and they immediately shipped me a replacement order overnight.

I now have no complaints as the order came in perfect condition. I am extremely satisfied with this item!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 2, 2010
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Recently, I tried coconut milk in my coffee because I had some left after cooking curry. I drink 2 cups of coffee every morning, with cream - no sugar. Even though it sounds awful - the coconut milk was fantastic! So far I have tried two brands - the first was sweet, which I did not prefer - seeing as I do not sweeten my coffee. The second was Thai Kitchen, ORGANIC, unsweetened. The Thai Kitchen brand was MUCH better. It was thicker, and less sweet, very pleasant - creamy. I didn't see the Organic Thai Kitchen, so I just bought a case of the regular, unsweetened Coconut milk. I can't WAIT till it comes in! I know this is great in cooking, but seriously - when you have a recipe that does not call for the whole can, what do you do with the rest?
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