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Last week we had a legitimate heat wave in Seattle, which, as you probably suspect, is not so common. I did not want to cook and instead I noticed that I was looking for a good size for simple salads, popsicles and carbonated water with a few scoops of ice cream.
That is how the idea came about for this recipe. We had sweet strawberries from the farmers market and instead of going on the ice, we made ours and we stayed in the backyard. Well, I'm not a vegetarian, but I did one thing (with a big "T") for ice cream with coconut milk. I find it so dreamy and it is a perfect base for fresh fruit or chocolate and nuts.
In short, it is great with everything. A few months ago I wrote about a vegan coconut almond chocolate and almond ice cream and based my strawberry version on this formula. Everything you need to know based on coconut milk over ice, really wants to get whole coconut milk (avoid "light" options and read the labels carefully).
Avoid a product called coconut cream because it really is not the same. This time I decided to sweeten the ice cream with agave to make it 100% vegan (the last time I used honey, but I noticed that the agave was an option).
I tend to choose honey over agave at home, mostly because I think the sweetness of the agave is too strong and sophisticated, but in this recipe the creamy coconut milk seems to soften it. As far as strawberries are concerned, the only thing I can not tolerate with many homemade strawberry ice creams are the pieces of strawberry that inevitably turn into small frozen pebbles and completely lose the flavor of berries.
I wanted to avoid this, so I decided to cook a strawberry sauce instead of bending it into pieces of whole berries. Our heat wave has decreased, but my thoughts are clearly going through this summer with ideas for new vegan tastes.
Shake the canned coconut milk well before opening. Take half a cup of coconut milk and set aside. Mix the remaining coconut milk, agave and salt in a jar. Let it simmer over medium heat until all the ingredients are lightly mixed and the mixture is evenly heated, about 2 minutes.
In a small bowl, combine the remaining coconut milk with half a cup and the cornstarch well. Stir in the warm coconut milk. Scrape the vanilla pod into the mixture and also push it into the pad. Cook over medium heat until the mixture is 6 to 8 minutes thick enough to cover the back.
Do not let the mixture boil. Remove from the heat, throw the vanilla mountain and place the coconut base in a separate bowl. Let cool for 30 minutes on the counter, cover with plastic wrap and let it cool for 4-5 hours in the refrigerator. It is necessary that the base is cooled before it is processed in the ice machine.