Cadence Posted May 31, 2012 Share Posted May 31, 2012 I think I already know what the answer to this will be...but I'll ask anyway. I was so excited to find coconut milk at a local grocery store that wasn't chalk full of gunk. Ingredients: 99.9% pure coconut milk, sodium caseinate. I didn't even THINK about the second ingredient until I got home with my four cartons (different packaging then I've seen before...). Now I've got a bowl of sliced bananas with coconut milk poured over them waiting for me in the fridge and I don't know what to do! I'm trying to rationalize it by telling myself that it's only .1% of the total ingredients. I was just so excited to find it because so many other Whole30 compliant foods are nearly impossible to find here or outrageously expensive. We have a couple of very small health food stores, but nothing like a Whole Foods or Trader Joes and so far I haven't seen any other "good" coconut milk. So someone please just tell me what I already know so I can hide the rest of it in some deep dark corner of my pantry... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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