We used to use 1 cup fatfree soy milk with enough coconut extract in it
to give it the proper flavor; do this for each cup of coconut milk
needed. We had to hunt for coconut extract, though -- it was not
something we found in a standard supermarket. Gourmet food stores are a
It's not as thick as coconut milk, but it gives about the right flavor.
Went well with the Thai curries we used to make. Haven't done that in a
> Does anyone have any fat-free sugesstions for coconut cream and/or
> coconut milk?? Trying to make a healthy Thai curry - yikes!!
> Thanks guys
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