Coconut Powder

Coconut Powder

 Coconut powder offers the flavor of a sweet, fresh coconut and is used in culinary dishes of all sorts. Coconut powder is packed with nutrition, gluten-free, low-carb and keto-friendly. Plus, since it is dehydrated, there’s no refrigeration required and it has a long shelf life.
Coconut powder can be easily interchanged with coconut flour or flakes and once rehydrated becomes the coconut milk or coconut cream substitute; especially helpful in recipes. It blends easily and produces a smooth creamy texture when liquid is added.
Advantages Of Coconut Powder:-Properties in coconut powder enhance the presence of oxygen in the body, thus helping to maintain normal breathing rates and distributing oxygen throughout the body.Iron is essential to the production of hemoglobin. When the body is deficient then anemia can occur.
Coconut powder eases muscular pain and fatigue and contains natural anti-inflammatory properties. When pain dissipates, people move more frequently resulting in a healthier physique.

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  •  1.A powder made from desiccated (dried) coconut. The powdered product usually contains maltodextrins and sometimes salt. 
    2.The powder can be used for making desserts or added to curries or chutney.Look for coconut powder in stores that carry Indian foods.
    3.Coconut powder is made up of the dried, ground-up meat of a mature coconut. It is typically blended with water and strained to create coconut milk.
    4.Coconut powder is fast becoming a staple in kitchen pantries. Why? It is easily stored and weighs practically nothing.It can be used in lieu of dairy milk and is very versatile.