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How do you freeze coconut milk?

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According to a consumer affairs specialist at Goya, coconut milk does not freeze well. If you have leftover coconut milk (either light or regular), instead of freezing it, keep it in the refrigerator for four to six weeks.  But don’t leave it in the can: simply transfer the unused portion to a clean container with a tight-fitting lid.