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Are coconut cream and coconut milk the same thing?

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Coconut cream and coconut milk is not the same thing.

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The same as dessicated coconut. You can buy it at the supermarket. If it needs to be in a "fresh state" you can soak it in water or coconut milk or cream.


Yes. Coconut cream and coconut milk is made from fresh shredded coconuts that are than pressed to release the liquid. The only difference being coconut cream is the first press and the most pure, while coconut milk usually has some water added to get the last of the liquid out.You can think of it in the same way as Extra Virgin Olive Oil and normal Olive Oil. With EVO being the first press and normal Olive Oil being the second.


No. Condensed milk is sweetened; coconut milk is not. The viscosity is not the same as well.


No, Creme de Coconut is an alcoholic drink. Coconut milk is produced from the pulp of a fresh coconut.


No: Cows' milk comes from cows, coconut milk comes from coconuts, and is not actually milk.


A cup of coconut milk is exactly the same size


100ml of coconut cream is 100 gm of coconut cream. -For all practical purposes ml and gm are the same.


No it is not the same thing. "Half and half" is half milk and half cream. Heavy Cream is mostly cream and contains much less milk.



No. It's not. Cream is thicker and has a higher fat content. Cream also has a thicker consistency than milk.


around 6.6, which is the same as for milk.


I get the same thing from Ice Cream and Yogurt. Not sure about milk because I don't ever drink milk. I wonder if it is an allergy symptom??


No, ice cream is made with milk and sherbet does not contain any. Sherbet is made with mostly fruit.


For normal milk 400g would be about 387 ml, so presumably coconut milk would be more or less the same??


No, it will not give the same flavour. Coconut water is a thin, watery liquid that tastes sugary but not incredibly coconutty. Coconut milk has the pulp added and is a thick, white, creamy liquid with a strong coconut flavour.


Soyatoo Organic Topping Creamcoconut creamMimic Cremepureed silken tofuHeavy Cream Substitute*- 2 ¼ cup 2% Lactose-Free Milk- ¾ cup Lactose-Free Margarine,you can also use soy or rice milk, plus oil (in same quantity)


Coconuts contain a thin white liquid which is commonly called coconut milk. It is not at all the same as the milk secreted by mammals to feed their young.


No. Whipping cream is more denser and has more fat than full-fat or full-cream milk.


Evaporated milk is milk that has had a portion of its water content removed by evaporation. Cream is skimmed from the highest layer of butter fat that forms on top of milk, and it is not the same as evaporated milk.


Varieties of cream are defined by how much milk fat they contain.- Heavy cream and heavy whipping cream are different names for essentially the same thing: cream that is 36% or more milk fat, and which doubles in volume when whipped.- Light whipping cream is between 30 and 36% milk fat, and can also be whipped.- Light cream, table cream, coffee cream or single creamare names for cream that is around 18% to 30% milk fat and will not whip.- Half-and-half is a mixture of cream and milk, and contains about 10 1/2 to 18% milk fat and will not whipEvaporated Milk is canned whole milk that contains at least 6.5% milk fat, but from which some of the water has been removed by evaporation. Due to how evaporated milk is processed, it will whip for a short time.



Varieties of cream are defined by how much milk fat they contain.- Heavy cream and heavy whipping cream are different names for essentially the same thing: cream that is 36% or more milk fat, and which doubles in volume when whipped.- Light whipping cream is between 30 and 36% milk fat, and can also be whipped.- Light cream, table cream, coffee cream or single creamare names for cream that is around 18% to 30% milk fat and will not whip.- Half-and-half is a mixture of cream and milk, and contains about 10.5 to 18% milk fat and will not whip.- Evaporated Milk is canned, evaporated, whole milk that contains at least 6.5% milk fat. It can be mixed with an equal amount of water to use as regular, whole milk. Due to how evaporated milk is processed, it will whip for a short time. See Whipped CARNATION Evaporated Milk Recipe.


Nope. Sour cream has to do with One certain ingredient and Sour ice cream is like sour milk but the sour in the ice cream is the milk:)


Cream weighs less than the same volume of milk. If it is separated from the milk, cream floats on top because its specific gravity is less than that of milk.


No. Sour cream is NOT the same thing as soured milk. Soured milk is essentially spoiled. This could make you extremely sick. If you are out of sour cream, and need some, you CAN take milk (either skim or whole) or buttermilk and add fresh lemon juice to it, or by using light cream and buttermilk. These recipes call for the mixture to sit at room temperature for certain amounts of time. The result is a sour cream that has a fresher taste than the ones in the stores. However, it is the same consistency.



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