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Let's Do Organic Creamed Coconut, 7-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)
- Pack of six, 7-ounce per box (total of 42 ounces)
- Chef's choice for soups, stews & smoothies
- Replaces dairy and coconut milk in sauces, curries, smoothies and more
- USDA organic; vegan; kosher certified
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What you get: inside the green box you see in the picture is a plastic-wrapped block of creamed coconut. Unless your house is very warm, it will be rock-hard. I fill a bowl with hot tap water and immerse the entire package, then knead it with my fingers after a few minutes. Repeat a couple of times, then snip the package open and pour/squeeze it out like toothpaste for use in cooking. If you don't use the entire package all at once it will resolidify; that's not because there's anything "wrong" with it, that's just what real coconut cream does. That's why I love these little packages, as opposed to the 16-oz jars of other brands that they sell at Whole Foods Market.
Yet, another good idea is to mix it with cacao powder and sweeten it a bit and cool it down in the fridge. You will get a chocolate with an exotic flair.
I used to buy Coconut oil but Let's Do Organic Coconut Cream is much better for you. The latter has not only the good, healthy fats but also a lot of fiber, protein, and minerals, which the oil does not have.
Unfortunately, they don't offer this cream in bulk or Food Service Size for the moment. As I use a lot, it would be more economical for me. I hope it will be available in bulk size again soon.
WHY I use it: Coconut oil contains fatty acids that kill bacteria, viruses and fungus. I take it to control the fungus that causes yeast infections (candida). One tablespoon of coconut butter or oil contains one gram of caprylic acid. That's a lot of tablets OR one tablespoon of coconut butter or oil, which I find easier to take. It's not only helped control the candida, but I've also noticed my immune system is stronger. I've used coconut oil for about a year, and my rate of colds/sinus infections has dropped by 80%. The one cold I did catch was much less severe and I recovered in half the time.
HOW I use it: with green curry paste to make Thai dishes, or to make a white sauce with nutmeg for vegetables. I also use it to make a creamy, sugar-free treat to take the place of the ice cream I gave up (had to give up sugar b/c it feeds candida). I melt one tablespoon of this product, mix it into an 8 ounce serving of nonfat Greek yogurt, sweeten with your favorite sugar-free sweetener and chill.
What is it good for? Personally, I could use this almost daily! You can use it in any way that you might use almond butter or peanut better (just remember it is unsalted). If you are adding it to a smoothy, you may want to add it with some ingredients that are not chilled and get it mixed in before adding frozen fruit or refrigerated items. If it is added to a very cold smoothy then it will likely not mix in. Instead it will be in little chips or chunks. These chips do melt in your mouth, so it is not a bad way to do it, just different than what you might have had before.
My favorite way to use it is in cooking. It is a wonderful way to thicken a sauce or stew. Add a couple of tablespoons to the simmering broth and let it continue to simmer. After a minute or two you will see how it has thickened. Others here have said they used this for creamy curry dishes. I also make a cheesy sauce by adding cheddar cheese after the sauce has started to thicken. This is really wonderful with beef or chicken. I find it adds to the depth of flavor.
As for how to handle and store this product: In the original packaging it is shelf stable. It is a good idea to soften the packet before opening. Depending on the temperature it has been stored at, the coconut oil may have separated from the rest of the product.Read more ›
Since eliminating all foods that contained these ingredients, specifically, carrageean, my small intestine and colon have begun to heal. For years, my doctors thought my inflammation was allergy related or wheat or gluten related - I now suspect it was the synthetic carageean ingredient. Google the dangers of Carrageean and you will understand how it inflames your colon and contributes to IBD, IBS, Crohns, UC and colon cancer. the horrible ingredient is also in some milk and dairy products and pet food. PLEASE READ all labels before buying products.
Anyway, This coconut milk is a bit more challenging to use, yes, BUT it tastes great and you know only coconut is the ingredient so it won't inflame your gut which is more than I can say about the other coconut milks I've researched - most contain that horrible carrageean ingredient I now stay away from. READ every label.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I honestly purchased thinking I would love, but I haven't used it as much as I thought I would. It's really good for cooking, but was hoping to have more opportunity for use in... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jemop
Melts easily in double boiler, just at "very warm" temp. Tastes great and yeah, a wee bit gritty but not really noticeable.Published 14 days ago by G. Levens
I NEVER write reviews, but I love this stuff so much, and I thought I could help others out by describing how I use it. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Joseph Lee
I love this stuff. I make my own REAL organic coconut milk as opposed to the crap with all the extra ingredients.Published 24 days ago by Larry Christianson
It has a grainy texture I don't care for, but I don't know if that is how it is supposed to be.Published 26 days ago by Laura