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Coconut whipped cream - parve, naturally pesachdik & wonderful

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In case anyone on this board is unaware, whipped coconut cream is wonderful. You make it and use it just like regular whipped cream. http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-...

Downside is price, one can makes only 3 or 4 servings.

But it's parve, and if there was pesachdik coconut milk it would be pesachdik

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  1. I've used canned coconut milk to make a parve creme patisserie in the past. Works great and the coconut flavor isn't too overbearing. The milk really is fairly versatile.

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    1. re: rockycat

      It's a surprisingly mild coconut flavor. Subs for real whipped cream as a topping on pretty much all desserts (berries, lemon curd, chocolate everything)

    2. Would it be cheaper and more whip to use canned coconut cream? http://www.amazon.com/Trader-Joes-Coc...

      I'm not kosher, but always interested in delicious new ideas.

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      1. re: mcf

        Thank you, mcf. I didn't know it existed. Wonder if it's certified kosher.

        1. re: AdinaA

          I don't know the dates of these: http://www.traderjoes.com/pdf/lists/l...
          http://www.traderjoes.com/lists/koshe...

          Don't see it there.

          1. re: AdinaA

            I've seen kosher canned coconut cream in pomegranate.
            The trader joes brand is not marked

            1. re: cheesecake17

              Pomegranate. Yet another reason for Brooklyn envy.

              1. re: AdinaA

                Come join the masses. I was there today and the store was a zoo. Staff was rearranging chametz, cleaning aisles, setting up klp food. But if there's anything specific you're looking for I can check next time I'm there

            2. re: AdinaA

              Star Food coconut cream has an OU. Nothing about Pesach, though.

          2. I tried this once and was really unhappy with the results. I found it to taste weird (not overly coconutty, just kind of strange) and have an unpleasantly oily mouthfeel. Plus it didn't whip that well. Do you have a recommended brand of coconut milk that works for this?

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            1. re: DevorahL

              I use Rolands. Whips beautifully. I like the flavor.

              1. re: DevorahL

                Could it have been an old can?

                1. re: cheesecake17

                  That's absolutely possible. I'll have to try it again with a can from a more reliable store, and maybe add some more sweetener or flavorings.

              2. I gotta say thanks to all the vegans, lacto-intolerants and paleos out there because otherwise we'd still be using coffee rich! :)

                1. Have you ever tried making this with light coconut cream?

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                  1. re: EmpireState

                    I haven't. My understanding of "lite" coconut milk is That it's coconut milk with water added. I have no idea if it would whip.

                    1. re: AdinaA

                      It almost certainly wouldn't, and even if it did, it would suck.