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Coconut milk 椰子汁 (yē zi zhī)

Not to be confused with the water drained from the inside of a coconut, coconut milk is a sweet, milky white liquid made from blending the white flesh of a coconut with water in a blender and then straining the liquid. You can buy it canned at any Indian or Asian grocery store and at larger supermarkets.

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