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Chris Amirault

Cracking the Cream with Homogenized Coconut Milk in Cans

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The title says it all: how do you crack the cream -- that is, get the solids and oil to separate -- using the homogenized coconut milk in cans? Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't, and sometimes I'm splattered with white napalm before it cracks and I give up. Your techniques?

 

Look for the dustiest oldest can in the store. Dont buy fresh stock


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