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Let's Do Organic Shredded, Unsweetened Coconut, 8-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)
- Box of 12 8-ounce pouches (total of 96 ounces)
- Unsweetened, 100%-natural, finely shredded dehydrated coconut
- Certified USDA organic; vegetarian/vegan; sulfite-free; cholesterol-free
- Ideal for baking, sundae topping, making granola
- Product of Sri Lanka
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Size: Pack of 12
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Top Customer Reviews
I like to buy finely shredded/dessicated coconut because I often bake Australian, British and European style cakes and cookies, which do not work well when made with flake coconut. I have also discovered that finely shredded coconut can be used to make your own coconut milk or coconut cream at home.
Flake coconut and dessicated coconut have a different taste and texture. A cup of sweetened angel flake coconut has about 2 tablespoons of sugar added to it, so it is very sweet compared to shredded/dessicated coconut, which has no added sugar at all. The shredded/dessicated coconut is drier and the pieces are very small compared to the flakes, so it has more surface area. Because of these two things, 8oz of dessicated coconut will absorb more liquid than 8oz of flake coconut. Some recipes will work quite well with either kind of coconut, but others will not, even if you compensate for the sugar and liquid. Its better, especially for baking, to use whatever the recipe originally calls for.
The coconut I received from Amazon tasted very fresh and had a good use by date. If you want to increase the shelf life of the coconut, throw the bags into the freezer or the refrigerator. They will keep there a year. Once a bag is opened, I always keep it in the refrigerator.Read more ›
The product itself has a nice natural sweetness to it. It doesn't taste too much different from sweetened coconut. It's nice to finally purchase a quality functional food that's cheap.
I bought this for one reason: chocolate dipped coconut macaroons. I have since made 3 batches, the first one came out great but a touch not sweet enough, the second 2 batches were amazing. See the photos!
The two main considerations with this coconut, is that it is finely shredded, and unsweetened. A lot of what you see in the stores is big, flaked, sweetened coconut. Different beasts, but i found that the finer shred gave a great texture for the macaroons, and you can of course sweeten it by several means. I have tried simply adding sugar to the mix, but now i prefer to add honey.
So just to list out the details:
-Organic, suflite free
-Finely shredded, make sure this works for your needs
-Unsweetened, add sugar, simple syrup, or honey depending on your recipe/needs
-Love the bag sizes, keeps the remaining ones sealed and fresh
Highly recommended :)
here are some nice recipes using this coconut:
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so glad to find an organic shredded coconut without added sugar. We use this in several sweet applications.
Each bag is about 2 1/2 cups of coconut. Read more
LOVE THIS!!! Great price, great tasting, texture is perfect, smells heavenly & is organic. Use it all the time....yogurt, smoothies, oatmeal, protein bars, .... Read morePublished 6 days ago by stacey
I didn't realize this product was so finely shredded. I will look for a more coarsely shredded product next time. Still tastes good though!Published 1 month ago by Emma
Very happy with this product. The box contains a lot of coconut, but the smaller bags allow for efficient storage and use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Megan
I love coconut...One of my favorite uses is taking this and mixing it with sesame seeds to sprinkle on top of my salads topped with spicy creamy salad dressing.Published 1 month ago by Duke Earl