How to Cook with Coconut: Milk, Oil, Flour & More
January 21, 2016•9 min
Coconut is full of health benefits thanks to its powerful anti-microbial properties and much more.Coconuts are “in.” Up until now, people primarily consumed coconuts as sweetened flakes in desserts and lathered coconut oil or butter on their bodies for a tan. Now, coconut has been revealed to be full of health benefits thanks to its powerful anti-microbial properties and much more. Plus, it is packed with nutrients. But, this does not mean that an Almond Joy is now an acceptable snack. To bring you up to date on the power of coconut, author and creator of the “Power Hungry” food blog, Camilla Saulsbury, has written The Complete Coconut Cookbook. It describes how you can use coconut meat, milk, water, flour, butter, yogurt, kefir, sugar, nectar, amino acids, and even vinegar to make super healthy and delicious entrees, sides and desserts. Come on into the Family Food Kitchen for some coconut fun.