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How to Make Fresh Raw Coconut Milk!
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In my book, Vice Cream, I tell how to make coconut milk. This section is for those who want some
instruction on how to select and open a mature coconut, how to remove the "meat",
how to shred it, and how to make delicious fresh raw coconut milk!

- Jeff Rogers

Making fresh coconut milk (continued):
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While it is possible to use a nut milk bag, I prefer using a Green Star juicer, especially for larger batches.

Use the fine mesh screen for the coconut milk.

Initially, the end piece is inserted, though not tightly. Just tighten it enough to hold it in place. Once pressure begins building inside the juicer from the pulp, the end piece needs to be removed. Another option is to start without the end piece inserted. The initial pulp should then be put through the juicer again, as it will still contain liquid.

 

Turn the juicer on. Begin pouring the room temperature blended coconut mix into the juicer. If blended fine enough, the mix will move through the juicer on its own.

Note: A warmer mix works better than a cold mix. If the mix was stored temporarily in a refrigerator, consider warming the mix in a dehydrator.

press coconut milk

 

press coconut milk
The coconut milk should begin pouring out of the juicer.


When the pulp begins coming out the end, remove the end piece. If the end of the juicer begins wiggling remove the tip immediately. A build up of pressure can damage your juicer.
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coconut pulp
The pulp should be fairly dry with not much remaining flavor. A second pass of the pulp may produce some liquid, but far less than the first pass. You can decide if a second pass is worth your time.

 

The end result of this process is a delicious and sinfully delightful fresh coconut milk!

It is wonderful on its own, as well as in smoothies, sauces, and whatever else your imagination and taste buds can come up with.

Enjoy!

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For instructions on how to open a mature coconut CLICK HERE!

For instructions on removing the coconut "meat" CLICK HERE!

For instructions on how to shred coconut CLICK HERE!

For instructions on making fresh (raw) coconut "milk" CLICK HERE!

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