I recalled a friend saying that eating food cooked with coconut milk is a big no-no to those persons that have undergone gallbladder removal surgery.
But yesterday, the main dish in my dinner was clams cooked in fresh coconut milk. It was so delicious that it made my stomach to bulge. But I did not eat like there’s no tomorrow, I took my time eating, carefully masticating the meat and sipping the tasty soup.
The coconut milk really added the flavour.
But the question in my mind after my dinner was: how would my stomach reacts to the coconut milk?
One hour after the meal, there was no sign of system disturbance – no epigastric pain, no diarrhea, no stomach bloating, no flatulence – no discomfort. It was a good sign.
So, my night ended with no problems.
Today, when I woke up, it’s still the same – no discomfort.
And for more than 18 hours, I am grateful that my system did not react to the food I ate for dinner last night. So, now I can say that I can safely eat shellfish cooked in coconut milk.