Cutting Coconuts with the Kitchen knife Pt.2

coconutIn the previous post, you saw how easy it was to use your kitchen knife to get coconut water from a coconut without its husk.

For the coconut in its husk, the process will be slightly longer … but worth it.

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removing coconut stem

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To get refreshing coconut water from a coconut with its husk, you must first use your kitchen knife to remove the stem.

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sawing off husk of coconut

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When the stem is removed, use your kitchen knife in a “saw-like” fashion to remove the upper husk of your coconut.

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opening in coconut husk

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Next, use your knife to create an opening in the husk until you can see clearly the coconut shell beneath it.

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piercing coconut eye

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Locate one of the coconut eyes, and pierce it.  Remove the white coconut meat/jelly until there is an opening.

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getting coconut water.

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Place the coconut over cup and allow the water to flow into it.

Drink and enjoy!

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