Thai Kitchen Pure Coconut Milk, 13.66-Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)

August 4, 2014 - Comment

All natural! No preservatives. We make Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk from the first-pressing of fresh, rip coconut meat. Prized in Thai cuisine for its delicate flavor and luxurious texture. Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk is essential in Thai curries and peanut satay sauce, and in many soups, beverages and sweets. It’s a delicious addition

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All natural! No preservatives. We make Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk from the first-pressing of fresh, rip coconut meat. Prized in Thai cuisine for its delicate flavor and luxurious texture. Thai Kitchen Premium Coconut Milk is essential in Thai curries and peanut satay sauce, and in many soups, beverages and sweets. It’s a delicious addition to your favorite baked or frozen desserts and drinks. Naturally processed in Thailand without preservatives or chemical additives, our premium coconut milk makes an excellent non-dairy substitute in recipes calling for milk or cream. Thai Kitchen – bring that Thai experience home, anytime.

Product Features

  • Pack of 12, 13.66-ounce cans (total of 164 ounces)
  • Premium milk made from the first pressing of ripe coconuts
  • All natural; no preservatives or chemical additives
  • Ready to use; excellent non-dairy substitute
  • Luxurious addition to curries, soups, and frOunceen beverages; product of Thailand

Comments

R. Nina Milber says:

THEY HAVE WATERED DOWN THIS PRODUCT 0

Kent Walker says:

Why Did They Change It??? 0

That Chatty Gal says:

Product has slid downhill. Inconsistent in quality. I’ve purchased about 5 cans per month of this for about 14 months. At first, this was a wonderful product.Later, I started finding the bad can occasionally – where the taste was akin to either the product having a metallic reaction with the can, or the product tasting like it had gone bad. But it didn’t happen often enough to make me quit buying it.In the last few months, I’ve purchased more bad cans than good ones. I’ve written to their company, and called, numerous times. They don’t seem too interested in my findings, sadly.Just now, I read another reviewer’s comments stating that Thai Kitchen was bought out about a year ago. That seems to coincide with when my dis-satisfaction with the product began. Not only is the taste often bad; but formerly there would be a nice thick lump of cream at the top of the can, and a bunch of thin watery milk at the bottom – as one would want. Now, however, the product is as thin as coffee creamer all the way…

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