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#1 Old 08-06-2012, 09:41 PM
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I just made coconut milk (recipe) and now I have the blended remainings of the coconut flesh. it doesn't really taste like anything and is much finer than shredded coconut. It don't taste like coconut anymore but I don't wanna throw them away, I was thinking of using the coconut as a body scrub but I'd like to hear about other uses too, even recipes for blended coconut flesh that doesn't taste like coconut grin.gif ? A DIY project would be really cool too!



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#2 Old 04-23-2014, 04:19 AM
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I have an idea: do you know a traditional Italian cake crostata/any other cake with jam or apples? The base from dough in the cake must be crunchy, but it becomes wet from jam or fruits after several hours. To keep it crunchy I replace part of the flour with coconut chips. Actually you don't feel the coco taste quite at all but the dough remains as it should be :) 

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#3 Old 04-27-2014, 08:38 PM
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My plan, if I ever get around to making coconut milk, is to mix it with rice and a curry or something over it. Not sure if that's the best idea, I think I saw using 'de-milked' coconut as a low carb rice sub somewhere...

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