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ALL NATURAL 100% Coconut Milk, Preservative-Free
When we started offering pure, all-natural coconut milk for the first time a few years ago, it was an instant success. Until then, it was only possible to buy canned coconut milk that contained preservatives and had a 3 year shelf life. Only the very best quality coconut can be packed this way, in a modern paper carton (BPA free, made by SGI Combibloc of Switzerland or Tetrapak of Sweden).

We offer both Aroy-D and Chaokoh brands, and different fat content for each brand. All are completely preservative free, fresh stock, one year shelf life.

Aroy-D is a large company manufacturing a wide variety of products. They produced a national advertising campaign promoting their status as the number one choice of chefs.

Chaokoh is another large company with a main focus on coconut milk, probably the largest source of coconut milk in the world, the brand most often found in restaurants.

They are both capable of producing excellent all-natural quality but some customers like one brand over the other. We tend to think the freshest will be best, and we are proud to mention here dates for each brand.

There are two sizes available. A nice large box 33.8 oz (a bit more than 1 quart). We also offer it in a small and convenient 8.5 oz box (slightly more than 1 cup).

8.5 oz boxes offered as below:
6 boxes (small) 8.5 oz CHAOKOH All Natural Coconut Milk, $11.89
August 2017 Expiry Date.
12 boxes (small) 8.5 oz CHAOKOH All Natural Coconut Milk, $19.89
August 2017 Expiry Date
6 boxes (small) 8.5 oz Aroy-D All Natural Coconut Milk, $12.89
September 2017 Expiry Date
12 boxes (small) 8.5 oz CHAOKOH All Natural Coconut Cream, $19.89
August 2017 Expiry Date
33 oz boxes offered as below:
1 box (large) 33.8 oz CHAOKOH All Natural Coconut Milk, $6.29
December 2017 Expiry Date
12 boxes (large) 33.8 oz CHAOKOH Natural Coconut Milk, $58.50
December 2017 Expiry Date (Best Deal)
1 box (large) 33.8 oz CHAOKOH Natural Coconut Cream, $6.89
Temporarily Out of Stock
1 box (large) 33.8 oz Aroy-D Natural Coconut Milk, $6.89
August 2017 Expiry Date.
12 boxes (large) 33.8 oz Aroy-D Natural Coconut Milk, $63.50
August 2017 Expiry Date
1 box (large) 33.8 oz Aroy-D Natural Coconut Cream, $6.89
September 2017 Expiry Date
12 boxes (large) 33.8 oz Aroy-D Natural Coconut Cream, $67.50
September 2017 Expiry Date
Coconut milk is watered down with each stage of "squeezing" (see our video: how coconut milk is made).

The richest liquid comes first, has higher fat content, and is generally preferred for making the best tasting Thai curry and soups, but also more expensive.

Coconut fat is consider a healthy, good fat and we recommend using higher fat milks for best results.

There is no difference between "milk" and "cream", only the fat content -- the two look identical. In our video we compare them.

Aroy-D Coconut Milk: 14 grams fat per 1/3 cup

Aroy-D Coconut Cream: 16 grams fat per 1/3 cup

Chaokoh Coconut Milk: 12 grams fat per 1/3 cup

Chaokoh Coconut Cream: 18 grams fat per 1/3 cup

Ingredients, Aroy-D: 100% pure.
Ingredients, Chaokoh: 100% pure.

No guar gum, no preservatives, nothing but pure 100% coconut milk. Product of Thailand.

aroy-d natural coconut milk
Robert K, Hempstead TX: "We order AROY-D coconut milk from you. We are nutruition and health conscious, and have experimented with many other "milks", such as soy, hemp, dairy, almond, rice, etc. So far coconut milk seems to be the safest, more nutritious, and - just as important - the tastiest. Did you know that AROY-D is the only coconut milk producer that packages their product in a package instead of a can. Why is this important? Because scientific research has now found that the lining of tin cans contains Bisphenol A (BPA), just like some plastics do. BPA has now been proven to be a carcinogen. It's one of the reasons why people are being encouraged to find alternatives to drinking water from plastic water bottles."

Is Aroy-D or Chaokoh All Natural Coconut Milk ORGANIC? First of all, you will never find coconuts on any list of fruits that contain high levels of pesticides. Strawberries, apples and peaches are examples of fruits ranked with high pesticide levels, making organic a wise choice. Coconut milk, on the other hand, is made from mature coconuts (at least one year old), and there is a very thick husk protecting the fruit. These coconuts are grown in trees 20'+ tall. Neither organic nor conventional coconuts have measurable chemical residues in the pulp, so both are good choices.

A few years ago we met with Prime Minister of Thailand, Samak, also a celebrity chef who had his own cooking show. He used this coconut milk to make delicious Tom Kha Salmon soup, see our video of Samak's Tom Kha Salmon.

Find coconut milk in the following ImportFood.com Thai recipes:
Panang Beef
Thai Coconut Pudding, "Khanom Krok" (street vendor video included)
Massaman Beef, Classic Thai Recipe
Thai-style Peanut Sauce
Thai Yellow Curry Chicken, "Gaeng Karee Gai"
Cracked Crab Thai Curry "Bu Pad Pong Kari" (street vendor video included)
Green Chicken Curry, "Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai"
Tapioca Pearl and Cantaloupe with Fragrant Coconut Cream, "Sa Koo Cantaloupe"
Thai Chicken Soup With Coconut Milk, "Tom Kha Gai" (street vendor video included)
Thai sweet sticky rice with mango, "Khao Neeo Mamuang"
Chiang Mai Curry Noodles, "Khao Soi" (street vendor video included)
Thai Pork Satay, "Moo Satay" (street vendor video included)
Chicken Satay, "Satay Gai" (street vendor video included)
Red Chicken Curry, "Gaeng Phed Gai"
Northern Style Beef Curry, "Gaeng Hanglay"
Thai Red Curry Oysters and Coconut Cream
Thai Curry Without Tears, "Kaeng Sai Mai Rong Hai"
Thai Ice Cream
Thai Rama Chicken, "Praram Long Song"
Thai Sticky Rice Steeped in Coconut Milk, "Khao Neeo Moon"
Massaman Hashbrowns (Thai/American Style)
Thai Bananas in Sticky Rice, "Khao Tom Madt"
Thai Candied Bananas, "Kluay Cheuam"
Thai Rice Balls in Warm Coconut Milk, "Bua Loi"
Mock Bean Pods with Shrimp Filling and Sweet Filling, "Khanom Thua Paep"
Thai Fried Bananas, "Kluay Tod"
Crystal Sticky Rice, "Khao Neow Keaw"
Roasted Duck & Red Curry, "Kaeng Phed Ped Yang"
Laksa Curry
Vegetable Curry (Indonesian), "Sayur Lodeh"
Thai Green Curry Salmon and Wild Rice"
Nasi Kuning, Festive Yellow Rice
Volcano Chicken, "Gai Pu Kao"
Thai Black Sticky Rice & Sweet Coconut Milk, "Khao Neeo Dahm"
Special Street Vendor Videos Using Coconut Milk and Coconut Cream
Coconut Cream -- Fragrant, Rich, Healthy Smoothies.

Opening a box of all natural coconut cream is like cracking open a fresh coconut. Wonderful fragrance. Milk is separated from thicker clumps of pure cream with visible pure coconut oil. Cook with it, and an experienced diner will think you're making curry with fresh-squeezed coconut.

We love blending together 1/2 of a 33 oz box with fresh organic kale, fresh organic spinach, a whole peeled lemon, two organic bananas, and a cup full of frozen blueberries. You can also add an apple and/or fresh frozen strawberries. Rich, pure, fragrant coconut milk as the lead ingredient gives it a wonderful flavor. Together, this healthy smoothie packs enough calories to carry you through the morning feeling great.

Start by peeling the lemon and tossing it into the blender with coconut cream. Blend together thoroughly at low speed, then add kale & spinach, and blend at medium speed. Add bananas and frozen berries & blend at high speed until smooth. Enjoy! We believe this smoothie to offer such a healthy blend of ingredients that you'll notice improved complexion and overall health.

Chaokoh Coconut Cream, Greens & Fruit
Healthy Smoothie
Green Chicken Curry, 'Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai'

Our customer in Chicago, the popular "In-On Thai" restaurant says green chicken curry is one of their most popular dishes, prepared in a simple basic way using premium ingredients. Basic is best, especially with all natural coconut milk.

This is a simple basic green curry we pepare with chicken and a bit of fresh green beans. Nice flavors that a Thai purist would enjoy.


1 lb chicken, boneless, cut into thin strips
2 small boxes (17 oz total) all natural coconut milk
5 fresh Thai chile peppers
1 clove garlic
1/2 cup fresh green beans (or seasonal green of your choice such as broccoli)
5-6 kaffir lime leaves, shredded
2 tablespoons fish sauce
2 tablespoons palm sugar
1-2 tablespoons vegetable oil for cooking
1 cup Thai basil leaves
2 tablespoons Hand Brand green curry paste


In a mortar and pestle, pound fresh Thai chile peppers and garlic. In a wok, over medium/high heat, add vegetable oil then fry the fresh chile/garlic for 30 seconds or so. Then add curry paste and blend together. Stir constantly until it gets fragrant.

Add coconut milk slowly, bring to a high boil then reduce heat while constantly stirring. Be patient and keep it on a high simmer / low boil for about 5 minutes. Keep stirring it while cooking. Add chicken, and continue to stir while cooking until a thin film of oil apppears on the surface. Continue cooking over low heat until the chicken is cooked through

Adjust the flavors to suit yourself, by adding fish sauce and palm sugar. Our suggested quantities of 2 tablespoons each, should work well. Add fresh green beans. Transfer to a serving dish, top with a few leaves of fresh basil, and serve with jasmine rice.

Serve in our elegant, hand-painted Thai ceramic bowl with lid. Makes two large servings. Link to printable version of this recipe.

Massaman Beef - Classic Thai Recipe

Massaman beef is one of our personal favorites but we've somehow never created a masterpiece recipe like this for our website -- using beef and potatoes with a little bit of onion the result is perfect and you can't go wrong.

We recommend tri tip steaks and the smaller yellow "baby" potatoes.


1 pound tri tip beef steaks, cut into "bite sized pieces"
4 cups of coconut milk.
2-3 tablespoons Massaman curry paste.
1/2 cup roasted peanuts (unsalted)
1/4 of one medium yellow or white onion
1/2 cup cherry tomato
5 small potatoes, peeled
2-3 tablespoons palm sugar
1 tablespoon tamarind concentrate mixed with 1 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons fish sauce


Peel potatoes, and cut in half.

Put 1/2 of coconut milk into a pan, over heat medium/high heat, and bring it to a boil Add curry paste slowly, blending while the milk is boiling. After the curry paste is fully incorporated, reduce heat and add beef. Add fish sauce, palm sugar, tamarind, potato, peanut, onion, about half of the tomato, then add the balance of the coconut milk. Cover, let it simmer for an hour. Add the few remaining tomatoes, and serve with jasmine rice. Enjoy!

Amazing Elephant brand "Tom Kha" Soup -- It's All In The Pouch. After years of development and investing in America, we are happy to introduce this. Ready-to-eat, premium quality, authentic and delicious Tom Kha soup made in small batches using the highest quality ingredients, including the All Natural Coconut Milk featured on this page. Amazing Elephant brand puts everything in the pouch and cooks it to perfection.
Even If You Are New to Tom Kha, You Will Love This Soup!
To heat, simply put the pouch in boiling water for 3 minutes then open and serve alone or over rice. You can also microwave it for 90 seconds. It's all inside, so you don't need to add a thing.

This all-natural, gluten-free, preservative-free soup is precooked in a modern BPA-free pouch that's shelf stable for two years but tastes like it was just made fresh in a Thai grandmother's kitchen. Premium ingredients and sophisticated preparation ensure that this rivals anything a Thai restaurant serves.

We offer two versions:

1. Tom Kha Smoked Salmon: Tom Kha served with smoked Alaskan wild salmon is a combination made in heaven. If you're familiar with Tom Kha chicken, you must try it with smoked salmon. It's "Out of This World" delicious. Each pouch contains a generous 2 oz portion of smoked salmon.

Ingredients: coconut milk, smoked Sockeye or Coho salmon (Sockeye or Coho salmon, salt, natural alder smoke), water, lime juice, fish sauce (anchovies, salt, sugar), cane sugar, galangal, carrots, celery, Thai chili peppers, onions, lemongrass, kaffir lime, shallots, tapioca starch, garlic, dried chiles, kaffir lime leaf powder.

2. Tom Kha (no meat). If you like Tom Kha over rice, or with chicken or shrimp, here's a large (9 oz) serving. Simply heat and serve alone or add meat of your choice. Also very good with fresh mushrooms.

Ingredients: coconut milk, water, lime juice, fish sauce (anchovies, salt, sugar), cane sugar, galangal, carrots, celery, Thai chili peppers, onions, lemongrass, Kaffir lime, shallots, tapioca starch, garlic, dried chiles, Kaffir lime leaf powder.

Contains: Fish (anchovy), Tree Nuts (coconut)

Tom Kha (no meat), 9 oz Pouch
$3.99. This has nice rich chili spice.
Tom Kha Smoked Salmon, 9 oz Pouch
$5.69. This has nice rich chili spice.
The delicious result served over rice
The Recipe. For this particular finished product, we're not sharing the recipe (it took years to perfect); but there is no question that it tastes authentic, otherwise we woudn't do it. Our soup rivals anything made from scratch in any famous Thai restaurant (it's *that* good) and simply blows away the existing competition from the likes of Lobo or Por Kwan in their premade Tom Kha instant mixes -- there is no comparison. Once you've tasted this, you may not order Tom Kha at a restaurant again. Here is a good recipe for tom kha if you really do want to make it at home from scratch.

For 15 years we've specialized in demonstrating truly authentic Thai recipes, with Tom Kha being one of our website's most popular, for good reason. The combination of coconut milk, galangal, lemongrass, lime juice and chile peppers creates a sensational flavor that somehow transcends taste preferences around the world. Everyone, everywhere, it seems, loves the flavor of Tom Kha.

Premium Ingredients, Sophisticated Technology, Artisan "Small Batch" Method. We're passionate about delivering a premium product, and confident that after years of experience dealing with the finest growers and purveyors, nobody can do it better. Our process involves preparing relatively small batches. The founder of ImportFood.com literally chooses every fresh ingredient that goes into each batch, and is in the facility personally watching every step of the process.
MADE IN THE USA. There's no need to wonder where your food comes from with our soup. This product is produced under the watchful eye of American regulatory authorities who set strict guidelines on food manufacturing. Our soup has already gone through a rigorous analysis, the process has been approved, and everything has been registered with the US FDA.

See: More Information and Customer Reviews of Amazing Elephant Tom Kha.

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