The consistency is creamy to state the obvious, but has a peanut butter feel in texture. I don’t know what it is about the color, but I LOVE the color of it. It’s mouth-watering! I eat it by the spoonfuls just for the color alone. It has an effervescent, mother of pearl-like coloring. In any event, I really enjoyed trying this product out. The taste is so yummy and it truly goes well with a lot of things. My children love it spread on a bagel with honey. The kicker for them was having it mixed in with their grits! It was a hit. My eight-year old son, who is not a fan of grits, was asking for seconds and thirds!
I’m a huge fan of Trader Joe’s and I’ve added some cream concentrate to our favorite dishes from TJ’s such as Mandarin Orange Chicken and Spicy Beef Broccoli for that extra ooomph. It’s also yummy with my favorite tea, Yerba Mate, but to be quite honest, I prefer Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil with my teas given a choice.
The 411 on Coconut Cream ConcentrateAlrighty here’s the 411 on this product. This product is 100 percent coconut, no additives, preservatives or water. Tropical Traditions once again maintains it’s quality in the processing of this product. It is certified organic coconut meat. This cream contains 70 percent of it’s naturally occurring (coconut) oil and contains all the fiber of the coconut meat. Here’s a fun fact for breast feeding mommas out there. All coconut oils contain Lauric Acid, the same substance found in breast milk. :)
It should be noted that coconut cream concentrate is a food and not an oil.
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1-Quart (32 oz) - Coconut Cream Concentrate