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Is kookoskerma vegan?

Kookoskerma is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kookoskerma?

Kookoskerma, also known as coconut cream, is a rich and creamy ingredient commonly used in Southeast Asian and Caribbean cuisine. It is made by grating the meat of mature coconuts and then extracting the liquid, which is left to settle so that the thick, velvety cream rises to the top. Kookoskerma is an essential ingredient in curries, soups, and desserts, adding a tropical flavor and aroma to any dish. It is vegan, dairy-free, and gluten-free, making it a popular choice for those with dietary restrictions. Its high-fat content makes it a healthier option than heavy cream, and its versatility makes it a must-have in any kitchen.

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