How to Store Young Coconut (Peeled Coconut)?
A single coconut will give you 3 or 4 cups cups of fresh, flaked coconut. But now you have the problem of storing fresh young coconut (Peeled). How do you keep that delightful, flaky bit of goodness in a state that will stay edible for as long as possible? To buy Young Coconut (Peeled) now order at our website or visit our physical store.
Fresh coconuts have a dark brown outer shell, tasty milk and pure white flesh, (also called coconut meat) that is perfect for all sorts of recipes from savory dishes, to sweet treats. Cut fresh coconut into chunks and use it to garnish mixed drinks and cocktails. You can also use coconut milk in making the drinks themselves. One of the keys to maintaining the freshness of coconut is making sure that you keep it cool and dry.
Coconut water is mainly made of water – in fact, 94% is water. It is low in calories and a good source of B vitamins and potassium. The liquid contains amino acids and electrolytes and sources claim that it has antioxidant benefits. The easiest way to store coconut water is to put it into the fridge, but it will only last for 1-2 days. Many experts suggest not storing coconut water outside of refrigeration for more than 3 or 4 hours.
- Store: Please store away from direct sunshine, high temperature, and high humidity.
- Refrigerate: Place whole coconuts in a dark, cold part of the refrigerator.
- Open: Puncture two of the eye holes and set the coconut over a bowl to collect the juice. Tap with a hammer until the coconut opens.
- Cut: Cut the meat from the shell and scrape off the brown skin. Grate meat or cut into small pieces.
There are so many uses for fresh coconut. Shred it and add it to curry dishes. Cut it into thin strips and heat it in a skillet over low heat to make “coconut toast.” You can also make homemade coconut milk by combining the coconut meat and water in a blender and pulsing it to a liquid form. So, buy Young Coconut (Peeled) or order now from shinjukuhalalfood for a quick delivery.