Coconut Milk also known as santam in Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia, and gata in Philippines has grown to be my new love.
I started using Coconut milk around 4 months ago as a replacement for milk and I couldn’t be happier. In adding coconut milk I’ve removed unnecessary toxins BGH made by monsanto/steroids/antibiotics and a multitude less desirables that I’m just not going to go into.
I drink coconut milk with everything and recently added it to my smoothies, so delicious and extremely nutritious.
Super Simple Blue Berry Coconut Milk Smoothie
Blue berries According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), blueberries are near the top when it comes to antioxidant activity per serving (ORAC values). Their capacity, antioxidant activity is impressive.
Antioxidants work to neutralize free radicals — unstable molecules linked to the development of cancer, cardiovascular disease and other age-related conditions such as Alzheimer’s. Substances in blueberries called polyphenols, specifically the anthocyanins that give the fruit its blue hue, are the major contributors to antioxidant activity.
That being said I use 1/2 pint of blue berries, 1/2 cup to 1 cup of coconut milk, some distilled water for desired consistency. I like mine a little on the thicker side so I use less water. Also if your blue berries are a little tart you could add a little organic honey, not too much without testing the coconut milk is rather sweet.
Using coconut milk and lime hair relaxer recipes is said to be a natural way of relaxing your hair. Creating relaxer recipes with coconut milk and lime is interesting. Many black women want to straighten their hair at one point or another in their lives. Sometimes it is the grass is greener syndrome – you just want to know what it would be like to have straight hair for once. However, a lot of women are turning to hair relaxers as a way to take some of the kinky out of their hair and make it just a little wavier and a little bit softer. If this sounds like you, there might be an alternate to chemicals to make your hair softer. Maybe you should think about natural ways to relax your hair. One of the ways is possibly by harnessing the power of nature through coconut milk and lime relaxer recipes.
This method of hair relaxing has actually been used by women throughout Asia for centuries. It is all natural and should leave your hair softer and silkier than before. There are two basic methods that you can try; one is a little easier but the other produces less waste and may have better results. For the first method all you have to do is mix the juice of a lime with about half a cup of coconut milk. Let the solution sit for a few hours until a foam forms on top of the bowl. Scoop off that foam and apply it to your hair. Leave it sit for a few hours and then wash your hair. The problem with this method is you end up wasting a lot of milk and lime. Also, the mixture you do apply to your head can break down, run off your hair, and not be as effective.
Coconut Milk Recipes By Martha Stewart click more More