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Looks so yummy! i haven't found any plant based substitute for dairy milk in my tea, either they have added a horrible taste I haven't been able to get past or they have made the tea taste watery. I have used extra light milk, which is almost skim, but it has that little amount of fat that makes it taste nice and creamy. Now I sure want to give this a try, since many seem to use this as a creamer to get that round and soft taste to their coffee, maybe it'll work equally well in my tea? Crossing my fingers, put the can in the freezer a few minutes ago, in case that can speed things up, if not, I'll have to wait until tomorrow... Thanks a lot! :)
Actually looking at the video again, yeah it looks like he cut footage from a dairy whipped cream and pasted it into the video, so the video itself is fake. This method still works though. You can whip coconut cream pretty easily.
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No he isn't? This works, I've tried it out myself. If you look up coconut whipped cream recipes on youtube, they all use the same method. Just because it didn't work for you doesn't mean the guy is a fraud.
Once you sweeten it and put in your vanilla, you won't tast the coconut flavor. The flavor is so mild from the can. I have made sour cream from it, and once it cultured, you would taste the sour flavor more so than the coconut. I hope that helps😁you.
You that recipe where you mix whipped cream and condensed milk to make ice cream? Like that two ingredient ice cream? Just make your own condensed milk form any dairy free milk substitute and whip up some coconut cream, tastes great and works the same.
Yes you can use it for ice cream recipes. Try searching vegan recipes using canned coconut milk. I am not vegan but I cook for one. If you have health problems with dairy, cashew cream can be used in much the same way as dairy cream. I am not vegan but I cook for one and have found some good substitutes for dairy. Just search cashew cream. I hope this helps.😁
i followed your steps to the T...it didnt work. Reason, its August and the temp is too high. You need to mention that room temperature needs to be cold or cool. Or else it wont turn into a whip. it'll just stay a liquid milk
You might try another brand. Put it in the refrigerator overnight. Turn it upside down just so you remember where the coconut fat is collecting. The fat will float up. When you take it out of the refrigerator open the bottom which is up since you have turned the can over the night before. Pour out the liquid. The coconut fat will (should) stay at the top because it is cold. Sometimes you may need two cans to collect enough cream to whip. I hope this helps😁
No, you can NOT use dairy milk to make whipped cream. It just will not work. Then you have to use dairy whipping cream, that has more fat. But the whole point with this recipe is to offer an alternative for those who do not want to use dairy or cannot use dairy (e.g. They are lactose intolerant, have milk allergy or are vegan or plant based because of ethical or other reasons).
I think I might try something a little different by adding my cold evaporated to heavy whipping cream and gelatin to see if I can make a stabilized whipped cream for cake frosting. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks for your awesome vids!!
I find the easiest way to separate the liquid and solid is to put the can of coconut milk/cream in the fridge overnight, turn the can upside down, then open it. All the liquid should be at the opened end :)
I personally hate the coconut flavor. Will my whipped cream or heavy cream havevtgat awful coconut flavor. I'm trying to make a low-calorie creme brulee but it looks like there isn't a non-dairy or lactose-free heavy cream in the market except in Canada called Natrel.
Thank you so much I have been wanting this for some time now. I was told that you could do the same with with half and half but it didn't workout so well. Also this is a lot easier to do so I will do this instead. Thank you Thank you