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Can I freeze coconut milk?

Yes, but no longer than 2-3 months. However, know the texture may be slightly grainy when thawed, so use in a recipe where texture is not a concern. We recommend freezing any leftover coconut milk in ice cube trays. That way they can be used in sauces or smoothies in place of plain ice cubes. Coconut cubes give more body and flavor than plain ice to smoothies and are easily stored in heavy duty freezer bags.

If freezing a cream soup, which is to be made with coconut milk, we recommend: separating the soup into two batches to keep the texture optimal. Eat one half of soup, adding desired amount of coconut milk and freeze the other half of soup, without the coconut milk. Later, add desired amount of coconut milk to thawed soup and enjoy!

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