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Is canned coconut milk vegan?

Canned coconut milk is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is canned coconut milk?

Canned coconut milk is a pantry staple for those who enjoy cooking up exotic dishes. Made by blending grated coconut meat with water, this rich and creamy ingredient imparts a distinct tropical flavor to curries, soups, smoothies, and desserts. Unlike coconut cream, canned coconut milk has a thinner consistency since it contains more water. It is also lactose-free and vegan-friendly, making it a popular alternative to dairy-based products. When stored properly in a cool, dry place, canned coconut milk can last up to two years, making it a convenient ingredient to have on hand for any occasion.

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