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Is unsweetened coconut milk vegan?

Unsweetened coconut milk is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is unsweetened coconut milk?

Unsweetened coconut milk is a dairy-free, creamy liquid that's made from the meat of mature coconuts. It has a rich, natural coconut flavor and can be used as a substitute for traditional cow's milk in cooking and baking. Unsweetened coconut milk is lower in calories and fat than regular coconut milk, making it a healthier option. It's also a popular ingredient in many vegan and paleo recipes. You can use unsweetened coconut milk in curries, smoothies, soups, and more. It's a versatile ingredient that can add a tropical twist to your favorite dishes.

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