Groovy coconutsTM
have a groove around their circumference that makes it easy to open when hit with a sharp object. Drill a hole or hammer a nail (then pull it out) in each of the 2-3 dark indentations on one end. Drain the coconut's juice. If no juice comes out, drill a hole in the other side to allow air to enter.
For smaller pieces, securely wrap a towel around the drained coconut and hit a few more times. Smaller pieces make separating the meat from the shell easier.
Once it's cracked open, securely wrap a towel around the drained coconut so when it breaks no pieces will go flying. Hit it a few more times to break up the larger pieces. This makes separating the the meat from the shell easier.
Using a knife, pry the meat away from the shell, being careful not to cut yourself. The thin layer of shell that sill clings to most of the coconut meat shards can be scraped away with a vegetable peeler. Rinse off your pure-white coconut meat and enjoy.

Nutritional Info
Serving 80g
Calories 283
Calories from Fat 224
Total Fat 27g
Saturated Fat 24g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0.0g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 16mg
Total Carbohydrates 12g
Dietary Fiber 7g
Potassium 400mg
Sugars 5g
Protein 3g

Taste: Moist and milky, the coconut has a sweet, nutty flavor.

Selection: Avoid fruits that are cracked or damp on the outside.

Ripening: Not necessary

Ethylene Production: None

Ethylene Sensitivity: None

Shelf Life: Do not require refrigeration. They may be held for two weeks without loss of quality.

Brooks Availability: All year

Brooks Origin: Dominican Republic

Storage Temperature: 65°F

Storage Humidity: 75% or less

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