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Eat a Sprouted Coconut. In Marshallese it's called "Yu". It's really delicious.For more ways to eat a coconut, try Coconut Juice andCoconut MilkFirst ...
Use your usual method to husk a coconut. I had a pickaxe handy so I used that. I wanted to leave the sprout in one piece for photos, so I used the chi...
It's a big surprise to me, but although there are three holes in the "monkey's face", the sprout only comes out of one of them. The root and the shoot...
Open the shell in the usual way.That means tap it around the equator with a rock, light hammer, or the back of a machete. Don't hit it too hard. You d...
And there it is!There's nothing bad about a coconut tree or any part of it. You can eat any part that appeals to you.
The spongy part is rich, sweet, and delicious like cake. It's probably really good for you.The remaining coconut meat around the edge isn't my favorit...
I opened this coconut at a much earlier stage. It was just starting to sprout. That little nubbin formed inside with the stem coming out of it. It sta...
That's because it's sprouted. :) My friend Rich says that part is like cotton candy!
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