Aroy-D Pure Coconut Cream, 33.8 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 3)
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- Aroy-d 100 percent pure coconut cream-33.8 ounces (1 liter) each
- You will receive 3 boxes of coconut cream, total of 3 liters
- Perfect non-dairy substitute for cream
- Vegan, gluten free, and soy free, bpa free packaging
- Packaged carefully to ensure safe delivery on items shipped
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100 percent pure coconut cream in a carton, not in a can. This cream comes from aroy-d (meaning 'delicious' in Thai) of Thailand. Aroy-d's coconut cream consists of the solid part of the first-press of the coconut meat. 100 percent coconut cream with no additives or preservatives. Ideal for baking, cooking, and preparing with raw food dishes.
Product detailsSize:33.8 Fl Oz (Pack of 3)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 12 x 9 x 6 inches; 6.55 Pounds
- Item model number : 9529
- UPC : 016229909819
- Manufacturer : Spicy World - Dropship
- ASIN : B008ZWILNS
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It's actually coconut CREAM too, so lovely and fatty (in the best possible way) that you can actually whip it! Whipped coconut cream at a moment's notice from a pantry shelf item???? I should have had this in my life yeeeaaars ago!
When ever I get a new ingredient to play with I tend to use it in everything. So I have been happily adding coconut cream to almost every meal (yes, yes, moderation blah blah) for a few days.
My FAVORITE use so far is to freeze most of the cream in my ice cube trays, transfer to an air tight seal when they are frozen. Now I have ready to use frozen coconut cream cubes to toss into whatever tasty thing I am whizzing up in my vitamix. It basically makes ice cream! Like frozen mango and frozen coconut cream, bit of vanilla...EQUALS ICE CREAM (or a darn good, slightly soft impression of ice cream)
Also a bowl of fresh strawberries and some biscuit or granola and a little drizzle of coconut cream and then a drizzle of maple syrup...SO.GOOD. Makes you wonder why we bother with so many overly cooked and processed desserts when fresh fruit and this cream taste so divine in a near instant.
Very good in coffee as well! I prefer drinking my coffee back but I had the cream and I had the coffee so of course I tried it.
I already mentioned whipped coconut cream, that was a bit of a mind blower...I think that was my first non-dairy whipped topping I have ever made...hmmm....
For slightly less decadent in calories but still decadent in taste I added a splash of cream to some whole fruit smoothies, just for extra luxurious flavour.
I put some in baked goods as well..
See, I put it in everything...I think there was some curry at some point as well.
Anyways it's a lovely product that I didn't even realize was an option until I stumbled across it online.
I have seen canned coconut "cream" in grocery stores before but first of all it's expensive and secondly they usually have a bunch of nasty addatives to thicken and preserve it, ick.
The side of this cream's container says "coconut cream" short list, that's what I like to see.
Oooh, non-dairy banana milk shakes and date shakes, amazing. I use frozen bananas, frozen coconut cream, insane.
I confess we went through the first order of cream a littttttle faster than we will on average now that I am past the initial honey moon phase of a new and tasty thing to cook with.
I have ideas for future recipes...pasta sauces I wanna try and using it in place of dairy cream in caramels...my mouth is watering just thinking of it. ew, too much info self. So noted.
I attached a couple photos, one of whipped coconut cream and one of some coconut cream ice cream I made. I added Grand Marnier to my ice cream base. Coconut cream and Grand Marnier go VERY VERY VERY good together!
I can not wait for my next order of coconut cream to arrive!
NOM NOM :)
p.s. Since the package says it as a 2 day open life after you open it (I found it was closer to a week and a half, but still) I transfer most of the cream to ice cube trays as soon as I open the package. Then I pour the rest into a mason jar that I keep in the fridge and use it first. The mason jar allows you to keep an eye on it better as well.....
At least two of the cartons in our last shipment contained maggots. We ate some of one of the containers before making the realization so you can only imagine how much our stomachs twisted over that. We use this as part of our morning smoothie and assumed the kiwi had gone bad so fortunately we "only" took a few sips. *shudder* My girlfriend's stomach has been very off but of course we cannot prove cause and effect on that aspect.
I'm not sure what else to say other than we were completely disgusted to find this out. For your information, these containers were set to expire 10/21/2016 and were stored in a very climate controlled kitchen with AC running. The other marking next to "21/10/2016" was "20:26A" but I assume that just relates to the time of day. If you have any containers with an expiration date anywhere near that I would at the very least dump the contents into a new container for inspection before consuming.
PS that wasn't a typo. Maggots.
Good luck to all of you.
Mike - Lord of The Flies
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