Laura, I would try it room temp and see if it's the way you want it for your "fluff". if not, then chill it. I've never tried the commercially prepared coconut cream. I've thought about it but also thought it might not be worth the price since I can make a "fluff" from the canned coconut milk.
BTW, the leftover watery liquid from the bottom of the coconut milk can be used in many ways. You can just drink it or add it to some other drink or smoothie or pour it over your pets food. I'm sure it is full of nutrients that I wouldn't want to toss out.
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