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It is thinner than milk, but tastes richer than cream, so adding rice starch balances it out a bit.
No, it will not give the same flavour. Coconut water is a thin, watery liquid that tastes sugary but not incredibly coconutty. Coconut milk has the pulp added and is a t…hick, white, creamy liquid with a strong coconut flavour.
By bagged coconut I presume you mean dried coconut, if that is the case then yes you can. If the recipe calls for creamed coconut then mix enough water with the dried coconut …to meet the consistency, if coconut milk is required then use more water until the desired consistency.
1. go to the giant coconut tree and climb all the way up. 2. there will be a guy(make sure you are wearing the grass skirt). 3. talk to the guy. he will tell you wha…t you need to know. 4.get the ingredients and bring them to the guy(the ingrediense are in the cave at the bottom and to the left of the coconut tree...and at the coconut milk stand...that's preety much the first thing you see when you get out og the traveling balloon). 5.bring them back up to the guy in the tree and he will put them in a coconut for you to shoot at the shark with the cannon and go rescue the olg guy and the little boy...get the medal all is happy...good luck.
try mixing those canned coconut strings with a little bit of water and a little bit of milk
Yes. Coconut cream and coconut milk is made from fresh shredded coconuts that are than pressed to release the liquid. The only difference being coconut cream is the first pres…s and the most pure, while coconut milk usually has some water added to get the last of the liquid out. You can think of it in the same way as Extra Virgin Olive Oil and normal Olive Oil. With EVO being the first press and normal Olive Oil being the second.
No, coconut milk and evaporated milk have very different consistencies. Evaporated milk is milk that has about 60% of the water removed which is why it is so thick. Coconut mi…lk is a much more watery milk, which has a coconut flavor. A good substitute for evaporated milk would be using dry milk powder and adding only 40% of the water recommended, or else use buttermilk. Hope this helps.
The substitute for coconut milk would depend on the recipe. In many baked goods and sauces, evaporated milk might be an acceptable substitute.
No, coconut milk is very different in thickness, taste, and texture and is completely different from coconut water.
Probably not, they're both very different consistencies and fat contents. A better substitution would be butter.
Yes it can be used by a process called pasturisation.
No. Condensed milk is sweetened; coconut milk is not. The viscosity is not the same as well.