Native Forest Organic Classic Coconut Milk, 13.5-oz. Cans (Count of 12)

A staple of Thai, Indian and Caribbean cuisines, Native Forest® Classic Organic Coconut Milk imparts rich and creamy goodness to wonderful regional dishes. In Thailand, devoted farmers are proud to have achieved organic certification of their traditional coconut crop. While organic coconuts are generally smaller than their conventional counterparts, organically managed trees are more robust

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A staple of Thai, Indian and Caribbean cuisines, Native Forest® Classic Organic Coconut Milk imparts rich and creamy goodness to wonderful regional dishes. In Thailand, devoted farmers are proud to have achieved organic certification of their traditional coconut crop. While organic coconuts are generally smaller than their conventional counterparts, organically managed trees are more robust and drought-resistant, and their soil is more rich and moisture retentive. The first pressing of the fresh organic coconut meat yields an oil-rich extract that is mixed only with filtered water and a tiny amount (less than 1%) of guar gum from the seeds of the guar plant. The result is Native Forest® Classic Organic Coconut Milk, a delicious ingredient in soups, curries, sauces, desserts, and beverages. It may also replace dairy milk or cream in some of your favorite American recipes with excellent results.

Product Features

  • Pack of twelve, 13.5 ounces each (total of 162 ounces)
  • Imparts rich and creamy goodness to wonderful regional dishes
  • A staple of Thai, Indian and Caribbean cuisines

Comments

CV says:

Organic BPA Free Goodness! (I got Thailand sourced, noticing negative reviews from Sri Lanka cans as per other reviews) After reading the review about dented cans, I was leery to buy 2 cases from Amazon but I am glad I did! I received all 24 cans, and NONE were dented. I was pleasantly surprised! The milk worked for my thai curry quite well, but I just wish it was a bit thicker. While this milk is not as thick as the Mae Ploy brand I have tried in the past, I feel better knowing it was organically grown and that this particular company does not use BPA in their cans for coconut milk, or several other of their…

Tyler Fenby says:

Sri Lanka – UPDATED After my initial disappointment, I contacted Native Forest and asked them about the Sri Lanka sourcing of coconut milk. They informed me that they had already discontinued their sourcing (this was around September 2011), and that the only remaining cans were those already stocked. It now being February 2012, I decided to give them another shot. I’m SO glad that I did, too, because theirs is easily the best coconut milk I’ve ever had–now that it’s properly sourced from Thailand, that is. Those…

Erin Chamerlik "Get Better Wellness" says:

Supply Shortage so Product Coming From Sri Lanka not Thailand I love their product from Thailand. I don’t like the product from Sri Lanka. 

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