Wednesday, February 23, 2011

So Delicious Coconut Milk

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In my never-ending quest to feed my family fresh, healthy, organic foods, I've found a new secret ingredient. Coconut milk! Actually, I have used coconut milk before, but I had never realized that there are so many uses for it and that it even tastes good as a substitute for regular milk.

Several years ago, my oldest son went on a gluten-free, casein-free (GFCF) diet. At the time, it was extremely difficult to find alternatives to dairy products that my son would actually eat. These days, we don't have the restrictive diet but we still limit dairy for various reasons. The problem is that many of the dairy-free products just don't taste that great.

I am so excited to have found So Delicious Coconut Milk! Coconut milk is naturally gluten-free and cholesterol-free. It's also a good source of calcium and Vitamin B12. It can be used in place of milk, but it is completely dairy-free. Many dairy-free products use soy (and we avoid soy) so I was very happy to see that coconut milk is a healthy alternative to soy milk as well. So Delicious Coconut Milk is Kosher, vegan and it's made from verified non-GMO organic coconuts. Coconut milk is rich in medium-chain fatty acids (MCFAs) which are good fats that your body can easily burn and turn into energy instead of storing as fat in the body. (A natural energy boost? I am sure I'm not the only person who could use some of that!)



In the past I have used coconut milk for cooking. It's perfect for making Thai stir-fry or for drizzling over oatmeal in the morning. But, until now, I'd never thought of using coconut milk as a replacement for cow's milk. So Delicious Coconut Milk is light and creamy and has the same consistency of cow's milk-it's not thick like the canned coconut milk I usually use. I decided to do a little experiment and see if I could completely eliminate regular milk from our diet for a week.

Here's how I used So Delicious Coconut Milk 7 ways in 7 days...

When I have my morning coffee (or should I say coffees) I always use a bit of milk. If I make an espresso drink, I use even more milk. Instead of regular milk, I have now been using coconut milk. I chose the So Delicious Coconut Milk's vanilla flavor for my coffee and it is perfect. It tastes just like regular milk but adds a slight hint of vanilla that makes my coffee taste even better! So Delicious also makes an Original and Unsweetened version of their coconut milk.
For breakfast, my children often have oatmeal (made on the stove or in the slow cooker) or cereal. Yesterday I made a huge pot of oatmeal on the stove and switched up my usual recipe. Instead of using water, I used coconut milk in place of 1/2 of the water. It made the oatmeal deliciously creamy and (in all seriousness) my oldest son declared that it was the best oatmeal EVER. That extra bit of creaminess from the milk was just right.

I often use milk in baking recipes and our family usually has pancakes one morning on the weekend. Again, I substituted So Delicious Coconut Milk for regular milk and ended up with perfect pancakes. They looked and tasted just like regular pancakes but were dairy-free thanks to the coconut milk.
Although we don't drink milk, we do use milk on cold cereal. The ultimate test was to see if I could swap out regular milk for coconut milk in the cereal bowls. It worked. My kids actually preferred the coconut milk over the regular milk. I am really happy about this because I've often considered going completely dairy-free again but knew it would be tough. We do such a good job of limiting it already that I know I could make the switch to coconut milk and feel better about the health benefits.

When warmer weather rolls around I am going to try making smoothies with So Delicious Coconut Milk. Once the berries are in season I can mix up some sweet frozen treats! In the meantime, we are embracing the cold weather and enjoying hot chocolate instead. I made an entire batch of homemade hot chocolate on the stove, using organic cocoa powder, organic sugar, water, and coconut milk. For an even richer taste, I tried the vanilla flavored coconut milk and the hot chocolate was even more creamy and delicious.


One of my favorite dinners (and the first to introduce me to coconut milk) is a Thai-inspired stir-fry. I use some combination of fresh ingredients from my CSA produce box-onions, cabbage, sunchokes, broccoli-whatever I have on hand. I chop the onions and cabbage into thin slices and cook them in oil until they're soft. Sometimes I add some chicken. I mix in a few tablespoons of organic peanut butter and a cup of coconut milk. Then I toss in whatever other vegetables I'm using and cook until they're soft. I serve the whole mixture over noodles. My kids even like it!

So Delicious Coconut Milk makes it easy to enjoy milk and be dairy-free at the same time. You can find more recipe ideas and coupons at SoDeliciousDairyFree.com.

How will you use So Delicious Coconut Milk? Tell me your favorite recipes or uses for coconut milk by leaving a comment below and you could win a $100 Visa gift card.

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220 comments:

  1. I am a blog follower I have wanted to try coconut milk. I have seen it for baking but did not notice it for drinking until recently

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  2. I don't use coconut milk but I am thinking about it.

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  3. Heck, I'd drink So Delicious Coconut Milk "straight up" out of the easy-to-use packaging. I'm always looking for something quick and simple for me to take along to work. It's much more likely I'll develop healthy habits when the product is so easy to grab in a hurry.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  4. Tweeted you!
    http://twitter.com/Ida_Sessions/status/40849495789023232

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  5. drink it straight up, in a glass with a straw

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  6. I would love to try it in baking recipes!

    artisticbaker at gmail dot com

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  7. Thai and Indian Recipes - so many curry recipes call for coconut milk, so I'd love to venture into the world of Indian cooking

    bluegirl1423 at gmail dot com

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  8. I would use So Delicious milk to dunk my cookies!

    a[dot]wright7[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  9. I dig it in smoothies, and in strong tea, like Earl Grey. Or Lady Grey. yum.

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  10. I use coconut milk in a variety of ways, from baking to my protein drink smoothies, to soups. I am so happy to see that I can get it like regular milk (which I am needing to get away from) and cannot wait to try it cooked in the oatmeal. :) YUM

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  11. mmmm love coconut milk... especially mixed with raw cacao and a little bit of maca!

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  12. I'd use this coconut when I make strawberry banana smoothies!

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  13. http://twitter.com/susan1215/status/40895719380496384

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  14. Coconut milk is great in smoothies and oatmeal!

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  15. For some reason I have never thought of using coconut milk to make hot chocolate (I have no idea why). I think that is definitely going to have to be something to try!

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  16. I love so delicious in thai meals as well! One of my favorites is making a thai peanut sauce with peanut butter, coconut milk, soy sauce, lime, ginger, garlic, some seasonings like cilantro or basil. Then I flavor tofu and veggies in the thai peanut sauce and eat it in a wrap or with rice! You could do it with chicken or just veggies

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  17. I love So Delicious Coconut Milk, we are casein intolerant and this has been a life saver!

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  18. I will use it in a smoothie and by itself.

    prizeentry @ wesharewithyou dot com

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  19. THe So Delicious coconut milk is perfect to cook rice, replacing the water. Yum...Coconut sticky rice with many...a delicious Thai dessert.

    Amy
    http://utry.it

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  20. I haven’t tried this yet, but we seem to do better on drinks that are made out of something other than milk! I'd probably use it for protein shakes!

    thanks!
    kmassmanATgmailDOTcom

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  21. I haven't tried it before but would use it in my morning cereal as well as my protein shakes.
    chainmail (at) iwon(dot) com

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  22. I tweeted about this http://twitter.com/The_Sunshyn/status/41098132456615936
    chainmail (at) iwon(dot) com

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  23. I don't care to cook, so I'm not very imaginative in the kitchen, but I guess I'd just use it as a substitution in the few recipes I attempt!!

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  24. The only time I've had coconut milk was in non-dairy ice cream - and it was delicious. My favorite thing to do with coconut milk is find coupons for it so I can give them to my dairy and gluten allergic friend!

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  25. I'm totally hooked on coconut milk!

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  26. I haven't tried So Delicious Coconut Milk yet, but I would like to try using it for a smoothie or protein shake. I would also like to try drinking it instead of regular milk. LPoser1 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  27. Being lactose intolerant this looks like a good alternative for me.

    jvmwordsmith@comcast.net

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  28. Tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/#!/Jayne_Martin/status/41293245115928576

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  29. Love the coconut milk in many of the situations you have already listed. I have successfully used the plain coconut creamer (combined with the reserved water from boiling potatoes) to make creamy mashed potatoes non-dairy. No hint of coconut flavor at all.

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  30. I use coconut milk all the time so I'll definitely give this brand a try.
    rmartinclarke @ gmail.com

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  31. http://twitter.com/#!/rsmc1/status/41308289421680641

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  32. I am ready to try it, I want to try it plain, I bet is great in any recipe but I love milk and coconut and after reading all the reviews Im sure is delicious, I am buying some next time I go grocery shopping! :)
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    carito_rmz@hotmail.com

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  33. Tweeted! http://twitter.com/cdhabolt/status/41356152608538624

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  34. I am going to try this but just drinking it straight up sounds good to me. I just love milk!

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  35. Tweeted here too
    http://twitter.com/#!/gmissycat/status/41433746720833536

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  36. I think it would be good to make a milk shake with
    whit1966@gmail.com

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  37. love to use in my tea and in smoothies
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  38. I would love to use this for adding to tea, using in cereal and oatmeal, for making smoothies and for enjoy some Chocolate milk. I'm not able to digest regular milk very well and this So Delicious Coconut Milk sounds wonderful and delicious.
    Thanks so much.
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  39. I tweeted:
    http://twitter.com/peg42/status/41674950381273088
    Thanks
    rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)com

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  40. I've never tried coconut milk, but I would love to have it on my cereal.
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  41. tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/KerryBishop/status/41686089773096960
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  42. I'd love to try this on my cereal in the mornings.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  43. i'd use it over cheerios! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  44. http://twitter.com/#!/DesMoinesDealin/status/41698466015100928 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

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  45. I would give it a try with choclate syrup and make a kind of hot chocolate.
    THANKS for the AWESOME GIVEAWAY!!!

    Scott Martin
    spmartin122@gmail.com

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  46. I would drink it straight.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  47. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/rhoneygee/status/41784814864576512

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  48. I have not tried coconut milk but think it would be good in my chicken pot pie recipe.

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  49. I would use So Delicious Coconut Milk in place of regular milk, which I can't tolerate. I'd love to try this on dry cereal,which I really miss.

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  50. Tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/justcuzz/status/41921246291689472

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  51. I would like to try this in my morning oatmeal. I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

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  52. I would love to use it in a smoothie.
    lenz.nicole(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. i'm not sure but I would give it a try in regular milk situations and see how things turned out

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  54. I would use it with my cheerios for breakfast

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  55. tweet
    http://twitter.com/buzz8/status/41954682960224256

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  56. I use the sweetened kind in my coffee to replace the sugary flavored syrups and the half-and-half!

    krtrumpet [at] aol [dot] com

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  57. I think it would be tasty made into an ice cream. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  58. Vegan hot chocolate, coffee, cereal and so much more...msmith572@yahoo.com

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  59. Tweet: http://twitter.com/samasam/status/41988684395986944

    msmith572@yahoo.com

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  60. Blogged: http://insanityisforthelame.blogspot.com/2011/02/its-twinsanity-reviews-so-delicious.html

    msmith572@yahoo.com

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  61. I would like to try the Coconut
    Milk in my oatmeal and my tea.
    Thanks
    Cathy Truman
    kbtruman(at)aol(dot)com

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  62. I would use it in my kale soup instead of cream, cant wait to try it!

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  63. http://twitter.com/#!/saphyress/status/42043537377865728

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  64. I use it in my oatmeal.
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  65. I have never had coconut milk before but I would love to try it in oatmeal since Im trycing to eat more oatmeal.

    tuesdayef at aol dot com

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  66. I would use So Delicious Coconut Milk for my chocolate milk drink.

    hellrzr(at)juno(dot)com

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  67. tweet

    http://twitter.com/mrcheapo/status/42262402523332608

    hellrzr(at)juno(dot)com

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  68. I'd love to try coconut milk for my oatmeal and for baking. Your Thai stir fry sounds great!

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  69. Tweet:
    http://twitter.com/clc408/status/42273557920751616

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  70. I have never tried coconut milk but it sounds great and so versatile! I would love to use this in a rice pudding. I think it would add a wonderful flavor.

    hebert024 at aol dotcom

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  71. I would love to try the coconut milk with my cereal in the morning. Sounds yummy!

    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

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  72. tweet:

    http://twitter.com/#!/CrazyItalian0/status/42662755022544896

    gina.m.maddox (at) gmail (dot) com

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  73. We use it in Thai food for a creamier texture.

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  74. Hi, I've never tried coconut milk but I'd love to try it plain or on oatmeal.
    maddiemb {at} comcast (dot) net

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  75. I want to try it--I would start by seeing how it taste in my coffee, but maybe in morning oatmeal or cereal also.

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  76. http://twitter.com/#!/fostertam/status/42720089304350720

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  77. My favorite recipe for coconut milk is adding 1/2 cup to my mashed potatoes. Thanks for the giveaway

    karenb834atyahoo.com

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  78. tweeted

    http://twitter.com/karenb834/status/42740516412076033

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  79. My husband just bought this for me in hopes that it will be one beverage that curbs the morning, noon and night sickness I've had with this pregnancy. I'm thinking that mixed with my instant cream of wheat, it would be divine.

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  80. My husband just bought this for me in hopes that it will be one beverage that curbs the morning, noon and night sickness I've had with this pregnancy. I'm thinking that mixed with my instant cream of wheat, it would be divine.

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  81. I'd use it for baking and with oatmeal.

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  82. tweet.http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/42807280680439809

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  83. I love coconut milk with chai mix - yum!
    ohkeeka at gmail dot com

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  84. I would use it to make coconut pudding.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  85. tweet:

    http://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/42932586821066752

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  86. I use it when I make my Thai chicken curry! I make mine with chicken, onion, potatoes and carrots!

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  87. Tweeted

    http://twitter.com/Southtexasstyle/status/42994495012347904

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  88. I like the pancake idea! And ohhh in coffee.

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  89. I would use it to make non-dairy ice cream!

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  90. I use left over rice from dinner and make a simple rice pudding. In a sauce pan, I heat a cup or so of milk and add a little vanilla and a tablespoon of sugar. I then add cold rice from dinner and a pat of butter. I heat till it is hot and has thickened a little.

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  91. Use it for my breakfast smoothies! tracietrump@yahoo.com

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  92. I would use it in my cereal

    itsjustme62613 at gmail.com

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  93. tweet

    http://twitter.com/MistySunrise/status/43602021596672000

    itsjustme62613 at gmail.com

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  94. I have never tried Coconut Milk, but what time like the present to try, right? I love to bake, so i'll have to find a recipe that uses Coconut milk and give it a try!

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  95. Hey.. I never thought of using coconut milk in my oatmeal, thats brilliant! I like using coconut in my cereal.. in my hot chocolate and I'm not pondering making a coconut cappuccino. :)*

    abitnerdygirl [at] gmail [dot] com

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  96. I love blending coconut ANYTHING into cake mix! It would be wonderful to try out this milk sometime! kytah00@yahoo.com

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  97. Second entry tweet @ http://twitter.com/#!/kytah00/status/43813831000072192 kytah00@yahoo.com

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  98. I use it for everything I would otherwise use milk for... a lactose intolerant household here! Use it on cereal, in coffee, in baking mixes, soups, etc!

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  99. i've never tried it but see it on all the cooking shows..i think i'd make a sauce with it
    nannypanpan at sbcglobal.net

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  100. I would drink it with everything I have including pizza. Love mild straight up!
    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  101. Tweeted here too

    http://twitter.com/#!/gmissycat/status/44016127638110208

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  102. I want to try it in a pudding recipe with shredded coconut and pineapple. I already love it in my ice cream recipe.
    patrice@everydayruralty.com

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  103. I haven't tried coconut milk yet. I'm thinking it would be good in a smoothie though.

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  104. Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/#!/EverydayVibrant/status/44098648149200896

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  105. I'd use coconut milk in sweet potato pie-it will give it some extra flavor

    aliyaha6 (at) hotmail.com

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  106. Baking and oatmeal.
    Robin at robinlscott@hotmail.com

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  107. I want to try it in my oatmeal!
    adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

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  108. i like to put it in smoothies
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  109. tweet! http://twitter.com/LAMusing/status/44282374762151936
    adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com

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  110. First I'd try it in my coffee
    bingomamanorma(at)gmail(dot)com

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  111. I would try this on cereal and in recipes.
    lazybones344 at gmail dot com

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  112. I would try it in oatmeal or cold cereal. I'd also try it in instant pudding, protein shakes and I might even try baking with it!

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  113. I blogged http://simplydab.blogspot.com/2011/03/so-delicious-coconut-milk-on-blogher.html

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  114. I would use So Delicious Coconut Milk in my coffee! Thank you! ard1977@gmail dot com

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  115. I'd love to try this as an alternative to milk in my coffee or cereal. I'm sensitive to soy, so this looks like a great alternative!

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  116. I've been dairy free for about 6 months now - Loved this coconut milk for hot chocolate!

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  117. I have been using soy in Pumpkin Pie think I will try coconut.

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  118. Tweet http://twitter.com/#!/sodahoney/status/45343187316908032

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  119. I have never actually used it, but since the family likes ice cream,and I have seen a taste test on TV that interested me, would try it that way--if I can find it in the stores!

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  120. I enjoy the coconut milk as a milk alternative, but do you know what is even better? Their brand of ice cream! So delicious and perfect for those not wanting to ingest milk.

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  121. One of the twins is lactose intolerant, the other isn't. It's been a challenge finding something that they both like and can drink. Add to that my dietary restrictions, and any recipe with milk becomes a recipe for disaster.

    How would I use So Delicious Coconut Milk (or any of their other "dairy" products for that matter?) The same way I'd use dairy... but without the awful intestinal results for my daughter!

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  122. I love using coconut milk as a substitute for water when making rice, it makes the rice extra moist and delicious! Also steaming it for hot cocoa is a treat!

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  123. i love coconut milk for cooking or drinking!

    ann.altima at gmail dot com

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  124. I love using coconut milk in my oatmeal at breakfast! Yummy!

    -Catherine (cathermk@usc.edu)

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  125. I would prob use it straight up or with cereal

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  126. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/walkwithme/status/45916399771717632

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  127. In my coffee. I like your idea of some thai food - excellent idea.
    shutterboo at gmail dot com

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  128. I would enjoy this coconut milk--probably just drinking a whole glass of it. Or I might add a touch of it in my morning coffee. I store my email over in my Blogger profile. Thanks!

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  129. Would like to have a nice, big, hot cup of SoDelicious coconut mile hot chocolate right now, but am actually anxious to try these products in place of all uses of dairy milk.

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  130. Adding it to a fruit based smoothie would be my choice...yummy!

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  131. I tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/#!/repurposedlife/status/46409804591280128

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  132. wow! so many great ideas to try! Thanks for sharing all of this with us!
    gail

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  133. I tried So Delicious Coconut Milk today for the first time and loved it! A glass a day here I come!

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  134. I'd like to try using coconut milk in a cooked pudding (like tapioca maybe). Thanks for the giveaway.
    aleq13@gmail.com

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  135. Tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/lexiquin/status/46727446761979907

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  136. follow gfc (jennifer) and would love this in a smoothie intime@myself.com

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  137. I love to put it in my coffee and in smoothies.
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  138. I couldn't believe how delicious this stuff is. Not sure why I was so shocked, but my boys now crave the stuff!

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  139. This coconut milk works very well in my coconut pudding!

    apoalillo AT hoTmail (dot) com

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  140. I haven't tried coconut milk, but would love to try it. Love the sweepstakes, winning a 2 week spa vacation would be amazing.

    Sparklezstars@cfl.rr.com

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  141. http://twitter.com/#!/Sparklezstars/statuses/47143872228372480

    Tweeted

    Sparklezstars@cfl.rr.com

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  142. I would use So Delicious Coconut Milk for my breakfast hot quinoa cereal.

    SIMSHABS@aol.com

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  143. I have never tried it but I think it would be delicious on Cream of Wheat!

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  144. I love So Delicious Coconut Milk in my morning coffee and/or tea.

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  145. I love using coconut milk in so many ways. Your mention of oatmeal made me think of my oatmeal brulee. Such a great treat for breakfast---yum!

    Shirley

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  146. I would put it in my breakfast cereal.

    ksgillmore at yahoo dot com

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  147. Oh the possibilities and yummy goodness that is Coconut Milk!
    A splash in your Chai Tea in the morning
    A bowl of fresh fruit and Coconut Milk
    Smoothies (of course)
    Creamy Veggie Soup
    Bowl of cereal (great way to start the morning)
    I use it when making my french toast - DIVINE!(esp Vanilla)

    Oh the delights.... :)

    livelaughlovecj at gmail dot com

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  148. Tweet Tweet via @LiveLaughLoveCj
    http://twitter.com/#!/LiveLaughLoveCj/status/47811200913903616

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  149. I'm not so much rocking soy milk anymore and would love to try coconut milk in my cereal and coffee and everywhere else I've been previously using soy and/or almond milk.

    Adding it to my grocery list for sure!

    Email: kladish(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  150. I use So Delicious Coconut Milk in coffee, smoothies, breakfast porridge, and as a milk substitute in baking. Love it!

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  151. i want to blend it with canned coconuts and top with roasted coconut flakes.
    songyueyu at gmail

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  152. i tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/syytta/status/47829336350408704

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  153. http://twitter.com/abitnerdy/status/48096153329340416 tweeteroo <3

    abitnerdygirl @ gmail dot com

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  154. I would love to try this in banana strawberry smoothies

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  155. tweet
    http://twitter.com/pixie13sweeps/status/48134359898800129

    gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

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  156. I have never tried Coconut milk, but I bet it makes a good shake, and I'm sure I could find some ways to incorporate it into meals to make interesting cream sauces.

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  157. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/fairydancer35/status/48153025738571776

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  158. I've never tried it either, but I think I might!

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  159. I've never tried coconut milk, but I think I will try it after reading your blog--I would like to try it in a pudding or custard.
    suefarrell.farrell@gmail.com

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  160. I just made a recipe for an Almond Joy cake that used evaporated milk to create the coconut topping. I wonder if coconut milk would be a good substitute?! I think it sounds wonderful in coffee too.
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  162. I've never used coconut milk but I'd like to try it in smoothies and in pudding.

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  163. The first 2 things I would try with this coconut milk would be in my morning cereal, and also in oatmeal. I'd love to get some!
    purplelilskye (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  164. i love coconut milk in hot cocoa

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  165. I would like to try coconut milk with my cereal and coffee. Some pudding with the vanilla flavor sounds great.
    westiemks5@yahoo.com

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  166. i would use it in my tea.
    i bet it would be lovely

    darkgothdoll@hotmail.com

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  167. I haven't tried it, but I think I would like it first in my coffee, and then on to the baked goods. I would love to try it in my banana bread and my apple/walnut loaf. spiersrp at gmail dot com

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  168. I would use it in hot chocolate!

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  169. I want to try the coconut milk in my cereal!

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  170. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/bikeohio/status/48945463780585472

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  171. I'd make a curry. Thanks for the contest.

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  172. blogged: http://slehan.blogspot.com/2011/03/win-100-visa-gift-card-so-delicious-and.html

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  173. I usually have to make a trip to the local ethnic store to get coconut milk. Good to know I can now find it in the grocer's aisle! We use it for coconut curry.

    pauleyd68 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  174. http://twitter.com/lpauld68/status/49139161512415232

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  175. I haven't tried coconut milk yet, but I am going to pick up some at the store today and try it in my coffee and with cereal.

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  176. i've never tried coconut milk - i think i might want to try it on cereal

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  178. I just bought some coconut milk at the store today after seeing an ad for it. I will probably drink it, use it in my oatmeal, and pour it on my cereal.

    jenniferbeairsto at yahoo dot com

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  179. I haven't cooked with coconut milk at home yet, but I'd like to try making a coconut pie or cake. I think either one would be more delicious with coconut milk. mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net

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  180. I like to make this Chicken Stew with Coconut Milk recipe at this link;
    http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/chicken-stew-with-coconut-milk/Detail.aspx
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  181. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/#!/HendyMartin/status/49333972899086336
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  182. I haven't tried coconut milk yet but I have a great Filipino recipe for Bibingka that I would love to try.

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  183. Tweet - http://twitter.com/willitara/status/49362896685248512

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  184. I love coconut milk. We use it on our cereal, in our oatmeal, in quite a few baking recipes and just as a glass of milk.

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  185. I would like to try it over cream of wheat or oatmeal

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  186. tweet http://twitter.com/#!/vlbsweeps/status/49470302069080064

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  187. would use on cereal and puddings


    twitter name pattie43 since goggle won't take my entry tried 6 6times

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  188. tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/pattie43/status/49490897544556544

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  189. I have tried this milk and it is a great sub for cow's milk, especially in baking! I did not really like it to drink straight, but I cooked with it and did not notice any difference!
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  190. I tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/FotoMacro/status/49494033713741824
    Angie
    14earth at gmail dot com

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  191. I think this coconut milk would be great to use in deserts as a substitute for soy or almond milk, expecially for those with soy/nut allergies. I tried the plain unsweetened version and was not too impressed with
    it as a beverage but really want to try the sweetened chocolate and vanilla versions now!
    Scott
    nynekats at gmail dot com

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  192. tweet
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    nynekats at gmail dot com

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  193. I'd use it to eat cereal for breakfast.

    icefairyisme at gmail dot com

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