Can you separate coconut milk after it has been poured out of the can?
I want to separate some coconut milk for a thicker 'cream'. Most recipes say to leave the open can in a fradge for hours, but I've heard you shouldn't keep food in metal containers when in the frdge~ so will pouring it out stop it separating?
If so do you know any other way to get it to separate?
Just open the can and pour milk into container and then place it in a fridge. However, it will not separate if milk contains stabilizers. Organic one is the best for its separation effect. The other way to separate milk is boiling.
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