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coconut milk

the clear, potable liquid contained within the young hollow seed of the coconut palm.
the milky, potable but highly perishable liquid contained within the mature hollow coconut.
the milky, potable liquid extracted from grated coconut meat by infusion with boiling water. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The animals are then served whole in coconut milk and are consumed in their entirety.
  • Brazilians have the right idea, simmering it in coconut milk and cinnamon to make corn pudding.
  • But the cabbage and carrots, steamed in coconut milk, was my favorite.
  • For us, the biggest winner was a soup made with green curry, coconut milk and those bugs.
  • In layman's terms, it was a fuel-cell battery powered with coconut milk.
  • Except for the company who is packing coconut milk in cans, other users find the local cans as too expensive.
  • Grated, cooked corm is sometimes mixed with coconut milk.
  • If the steaks have been marinated in a mixture of oil, butter or coconut milk it is not necessary to oil again.
  • Consumption of soft drinks, pastries, and sweet desserts and sauces made with coconut milk and sweetened condensed milk.

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