The Primed Lifestyle involves quite a few dishes using coconut milk, flour and oil. The best quality and least expensive way to get the coconut milk and flour is by yourself. It is easy, inexpensive and good exercise! Here’s how:
Go To Your Local Farmer’s Market Like Cubao
Choose a Clean Store and Choose a Nice Set of Coconuts to be Ground Down
Then The Dessicated Coconut is Squeezed to Get Coconut Milk
Don’t Forget to Get the Dessicated Coconut to Make Your Flour Later On
Don’t Forget to Get a Picture for Instagram!
Bring the Coconut Milk and Dessicated Coconut Home and Put the Milk into the Freezer
Now The Fun Begins as You Get More Milk From Your Dessicated Coconut
Put your dessicated coconut into a strainer and run warm water through it. Here you want to rinse the extra milk out of the dessicated coconut and dry the dessicated coconut as much as you can.
You will have extra milk to put in your freezer (great for curries, smoothies etc.).
Put your dessicated coconut on a tray to be placed in an oven on low heat.
Slowly Cook Your Dessicated Coconut in the Oven and Stir Every 15 minutes
Cook the dessicated coconut slowly in the oven at around 150 degrees. You need to stir it so it dries evenly without being burnt or toasted. We simply want it dried out so we can grind it into flour.
Now the Grinding Begins
On the left is the dessicated coconut. On the right is the finer coconut flour that has been ground into smaller pieces after spending a little time in the small grinder. Sometimes grinders are a separate attachment to your blender.
Using and Storing Your Dessicated Coconut and Coconut Flour
We left some dessicated coconut out and froze it. We can then use this when pan-frying sliced saba bananas in coconut oil with coconut sugar after dipping in egg wash.
We put some coconut flour in the fridge for using later for Primed Banana Pancakes, Brownies, Salmon Patties and other dishes. We also froze some Coconut Flour.
Great Things TO Do With Coconut Milk
Delicious Smoothie with Green Veg, Frozen Berries, Saba Banana and Coconut Milk
Thai Green Chicken and Vegetable Curry
Great Things TO Do With Coconut Flour
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