Now what do you do with several days worth of accumulated coconut pulp from making coconut milk? In a vague attempt to make something other than macaroons with it, I came up with this taco-ish pate that went very nicely into a collard wrap with some diced tomatoes - served with a cold glass of coconut milk, of...
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Recipe Directions

1. Mash up your half an avocado with the lime juice, nama shoyu, chili powder and cumin.
2. Add some coconut pulp and mash away until you get a nice pate-like consistency (or whatever consistency you like...)
3. Spread the pate onto your collard leaf.
4. Top with chopped tomato.
5. Wrap it up and eat over the sink (or a plate, I suppose, if you REALLY wanted to...)

Fuzzywater's Thoughts

Now what do you do with several days worth of accumulated coconut pulp from making coconut milk? In a vague attempt to make something other than macaroons with it, I came up with this taco-ish pate that went very nicely into a collard wrap with some diced tomatoes - served with a cold glass of coconut milk, of course.
Insofar as I can tell, without having done all that much research into candida or food combining, it should be pretty candida-cleanse friendly and relatively well-combined (I question the coconut pulp with the avocado, but I figure the pulp is pretty much just fiber at this point, right? Thoughts, anyone?) At any rate, it digested pretty well for me personally.

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I bet this would be good with carrot, celery and red pepper pulp instead of the coconut ( and a little less lime juice), but what do you do with coconut pulp???

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i am interested in this coconut milk pulp. how do you make coconut milk? i love the water, of course, and the meat, but i'm curious about making milk.

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cmk3673's Review

The What-Do-You-Do-With-Coconut-Pulp Taco
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I have a freezer full of various coco pulp from young thai to the 'regular' dryer courser stuff.
I am a lover of "rawcos' and had not thought of this option (usually use sprouted sunnies and cabbage)
I am going to try this...it is a great idea!
Thanks

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