24 thoughts on “Making Coconut Milk in the Omega VERT VRT330 Juicer

  • rawfoods

    Probably. It should be clear. The way to know for sure is to crack the coconut open and look for signs of mold growth on the inside of the coconut. Most brown coconuts purchased are probably “too old” and bad. Find a store that has a high-turnover on the coconuts. Also shake them when you buy them. Should be mostly full of water, also look for signs of mold around the eyes.

  • joyisaware

    That is some awesome coconut milk, you know if you add some water and let it sit for 3 days you can harvest your own super sweet raw coconut oil.. Thanks for sharing John

  • imlivingandlearning

    That was Beautiful! However, that makes for a very, very expensive drink: VitaMix ($459) + VRT ($329) ~ $800 worth of equipment! Yikes!!! Is there a way to do it w/either OR machines? 🙁

  • rawfoods

    I havent tried it that way. I have made coconut oil by first dehydrating grated coconut and then “juicing it” and letting it settle.

  • Lorreyla

    Can you dehydrate the coconut pulp and use it as shredded coconut in recipes? Thanks for the video John…I enjoy them all!

  • dangraves3031

    LOL I watch this vid and I had 2 coconuts that I got from the store yesterday , this vid inspired me to make coconut milk , the first ones water was a bit cloudy so I drank the water and tried the other coconut and the water was more cloudy then the first one so I drank the water , hope I’m okay.

  • imlivingandlearning

    I know it wouldn’t be nearly as easy but CAN u do this with a twin gear? What would you caution or advise if one were to try this w/ a twin gear?

  • rawfoods

    Yes, you can. If you dehydrate the meat from this video, it will be more “fiber” since it has mostly been “de-fatted” in the milk making process.. I like to shred fresh coconut meat and then dehydrate it into shreds for a full-bodied taste since its more rich.

  • rawfoods

    Yes, it would work in a twin gear machine, although it may “backup” the machine, so you would have to adjust or remove the outlet adjusting knob.

  • rawfoods

    there are “levels” of cloudy. sometimes its still good, sometimes it bad. taste a little, if it tastes funny, dont drink it.

  • jellofast

    those are really mature coconuts, you should try the fresh green ones, aka younger coconuts. the meat is soft you can scrape it off w/ a spoon

  • rawfoods

    The young coconuts can be scooped out with a spoon, but will not make coconut milk, since they are soft, and have a really low oil content. I enjoy blending young coconut water and meat together to make a shake.

  • MrTimthetoyman

    Hi John
    I noticed you mentioned that you prefer the Omega Vert juicer “over” the Hurom;
    Since they are made in the same factory and appear in almost every other way to be identical, could you please explain “why” you recommend the Omega Vert and what the differences are?
    Thank you…

  • rawfoods

    I have two videos on the comparing the hurom and the omega vert on youtube. for a complete right up, please visit my web site discountjuicers. c o m and look under the articles and information section for a specific article comparing the two juicers.

  • rawfoods

    I have found the Omega VRT330 works the best when trying to extract liquids from milks. (easier, less mess, greater yield), but yes, the samson 9005, would be able to to this as well. (maybe not as good)

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