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ELIZABETH_SKY Posts: 442
3/30/11 9:57 A

that's an interesting idea. Soy milk with cauliflower and curry...something about it seems wrong, but I think I'll try it. It'll be about a week before I cook this dish, but I'll report back on how it turns out

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-POOKIE- Posts: 12,096
3/30/11 8:36 A

What about using another nut milk? Or soy milk? They will add that hint of more flavour than using real milk.

SMARTYPANTS24 Posts: 268
3/29/11 9:34 P

replacing it with milk should work just fine

ELIZABETH_SKY Posts: 442
3/29/11 4:35 P

I'm looking at a recipe for curried cauliflower soup. It calls for coconut milk which I cannot stand at all, so I'm thinking of replacing it with chicken stock or perhaps yogurt/greek yogurt.

My boyfriend and I make our Indian food with stock/yogurt/greek yogurt, so I think it'll work.

Basically the soup is boiled cauliflower with seasoning that's mixed with coconut milk and blended. I'm particularly worried about texture and consistency.

Think this'll work?

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