This dish is simple to make, but it's all about having the right ingredients. I learned to make this during a cooking class in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and have recreated it stateside several times since — with varrying results. This time, I got it right, by searching out the most authentic Thai ingredients. It's possible to substitute in brown sugar and a different kind of rice, but it just won't yield the same results. To get the most out of this delicious dessert, visit a Thai grocery store in your area to make sure you are getting the right products.
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Bittersweet Chocolate and Coconut Milk Rounds with Extra-Virgin Olive Oil, Rosemary, and Salt
An easy dessert that’s perfect for passing at parties. Balance super sweet coconut-chocolate rounds with a bit of grassy, earthy olive oil, woody rosemary, and flaky fleur de sel. Recipe courtesy of Chef Alessandro Gargani.
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Spinach smoothie
This recipe is as easy as 1, 2, and 3! With only 3 ingredients, this is an ideal drink for breakfast on the go.This recipe is courtesy of Real Simple.
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A new take on the pina colada, Wine Enthusiast Magazine says try using coconut to create this cocktail. 
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So sweet and delicious, your kids won’t even know how healthy their drink is: packed with protein, Vitamin D, and vitamin C, this is one treat you’ll feel great about giving them.
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Coconut Almond Smoothie
Certified strength and conditioning specialist Kusha Karvandi suggests adding some essential fats like coconut oil to your smoothies to “help complement the proteins for the muscle-building and fat burning biological processes in the body.” Drink up before a big workout! See our best smoothie recipes.
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Oreo Shake
Cookies and cream you’ve heard of — but what about cookies and yogurt?
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Hemp, or Cannabis sativa, has been part of nutritional therapies since 2300 B.C. Similar to flax, it is a high-protein seed that contains all nine essential amino acids, and is rich in fatty acids, fiber, and vitamin E. Due to its balanced ratio of omega-3 to six fatty acids and its high GLA (gamma-linoleic acid) content, hemp seed and oil can help stimulate immunity, balance the endocrine system, and support healthy skin and hair.
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Spicy and fresh-tasting, this green smoothie tastes like all the best parts of a summer garden.  Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink
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Coconuts are beneficial to overall health, especially the brain. Aside from being very rehydrating, all the electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals improve circulation and blood flow to the brain. Yummy and good-for-you.
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Cilantro is packed full of vitamin K, a fat-soluble vitamin that is important in blood clotting and calcium transportation. Cilantro (which looks like parsley, but is really very different) is also packed with vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, manganese, and iron. Read More About Nutrients in Your Favorite Drinks and What They Do For You.
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This juice tastes like a party! It’s a seriously fun fruit punch, that, unlike store bought, you can feel good about guzzling. Read more about Expensive Juice Cleanses You Can DIY Cheaply at Home.
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