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Coconut ice: a no-bake treat made for the heat

If you’re put off by the perils and complexities of confectionery, then coconut ice is the answer

I don’t know about you, but I find that many of the things I enjoy eating most in the summer, those things I crave when the weather is blazing hot or just plain muggy, still require some level of cooking. Those chilled soups, or sticky ribs, or even ice creams still mean standing over a…

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