Try this incredible coconut milk recipe, we promise you'll never go back to store bought cans again.
One older, shaker coconut
Split the coconut in half by tapping firmly around the circumfrence.
Tip: you can use any hard surface, i'm using the back of my machete in this picture, but a cleaver or even a stone works too.
Scrape out the meat using a coconut tool or butter knife, cut into 2" pieces.
Fill a high powered blender halfway with coconut pieces & top with water.
We recomend the water from a sweet coconut, but you can use plain H20 If so, add a teaspoon of honey & tiny pinch of salt.
Tip: make sure water is at least 73 degrees
(otherwise oils wont emerge)
Blend on high for 30 - 45 seconds
Tip: Coconut meat is tough, gradually increase blender to high speed
(avoids over heating)
Strain through nutmilk bag.
Squeeze it and work out every bit & put into a jar.
Fill the jar all the way to top & keep ice cold.