Thai Kitchen Coconut Milk Unsweetened -- 13.66 fl oz
Not the same as before because
None of them are. They are using a different emulsifier. Its not just this coconut milk. Its every brand I've tried. Used to chill it
overnight and get the best whipping cream ever. Can't find one brand that works anymore. Native forest was going to put out a small can of just the cream which would be wonderful but I haven't seen it on the market. Just a sample they sent me a long time ago. Its still good for cooking with but not nearly as rich as it used to be.
March 27, 2014
Great for cooking
I use this for my Thai dishes, bake with it, if I want a rich coconut flavor (substitute the water or milk).
Also, I use it to make my homemade gluten free dog cookies, and to give the dogs a special treat I pour it over there dry dog food and they love it!!!
March 27, 2014
I love everything about coconut!!
This is high fat, I prefer the lighter version, but there was none
in stock. I love to cook with this.
Great flavor. Can skim the thick cream off the top for other recipies.
March 16, 2013
Something changed, not the same as before
I used to get a nice thick frosting with this and some I got at the health food store made the frosting well but all I got from Vitacost were liquid when opened even after having in the fridge for weeks. I suspect the ones that made the good frosting were from an old batch as things move slow in our local health food store and those in Vitacost were from the newer watered down batches like a previous reviewer stated. I agree with that person, Thai coconut milk is not the same. I really hope they go back to their old formula.
March 7, 2013
thick, creamy, REAL coconut milk. not ultra processed thin watery milk. gets semi solid at cooler temps and it thick and wonderful. great for homemade icecream or adding to chicken soup with turmeric. yum
February 24, 2013