Homemade coconut milk, mayo, spiralized noodles and veggie chips video tutorials

 

 

 

Products used for Coconut Milk

1. Vitamix Blender

2.  Shredded Coconut Unsweetened

3. Best Nut Milk Bag

 

Products Used for Paleo Mayo

1. Hand Blender with Blending and Whisk Attachments

2. Everyday Paleo Family Cookbook: Real Food for Real Life

 

 

Products used for spiralized vegetable noodles and vegetable chips

1.Plastic Spiral Vegetable Slicer

2. Mandoline

3. No Cry Cut Resistant Gloves

6 thoughts on “Homemade coconut milk, mayo, spiralized noodles and veggie chips video tutorials”

  1. lashanda Lewis says:

    GREAT videos!! when making your coconut milk what do you find works best using hot water or cold (room temp) water? also, I love the spiral slicer and the mandolin. This would help a lot in my whole30 cooking thanks for sharing.

    1. Anika Jones says:

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed the videos. I typically use cold water and have found that the coconut milk turns out great if I blend on high for two minutes in my Vitamix. I have seen different recipes on the internet that requires you to use hot water and even soak the shredded coconut for a little while, but cold water works just fine for me. If you have tried it with hot water, let me know if you can tell a difference in taste and richness. Yes, both the spiralizer and madoline are great tools especially if you decide to go with the Paleo lifestyle after completing the WHOLE30.

  2. Myriam says:

    I did a coconut yogurt this week! I found a really simple recipe 2 cans of coconut milk and 2 probiotic pills. Really I was uncertain if it was supposed to be the cream so I got one cream and one milk and it was more of a kefir consistency, next time I will try it with two cans of cream and see how it turns out. I added 2 probiotic pills in it blended and let it sit in my kitchen. I believe if the weather had been a little warmer that it would have been more yogurty, but I liked it. This is why I added two more pills than the recipe called for. It just didn’t seem like it was working quite right. I had it sit out the whole 72 hours too because of the cold weather.

    So Recipe 2 cans coconut milk and 2 probiotic pills. Blend ingredients and then place in a jar. Let sit out in a warm place for 24 hours. After a day check to see if it has that yogurt smell if not let sit out another day and three days if need in a warm place in your home.

    I added cinnamon and 2 tbspn chia seeds. The chia seeds gave it a thicker consistency and added much needed health benefits.

    1. Anika Jones says:

      Wow, look at you over there making yogurt. Thanks for sharing recipe!

  3. K Johns says:

    Great tips. You were born to teach.

    1. Anika Jones says:

      Thanks! I always appreciate your encouragement.

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