of their diet. So they are expert at getting the "meat" out of it in a process they call
They make it look easy (but it's not!).
Thanks to Carlton who did this in about 5 minutes flat!
The grater is really sharp, so for the amateur you are taking your life in
After the meat is out, we blend the grated coconut to make it a bit finer.
Then just add a bit of warm water and squeeze the grated coconut in a muslin
cloth to extract the "milk."
|This is from one coconut!|
Now we have two products - the milk and the grated coconut.
We dry out the grated coconut in the oven or toast it in a dry fry pan. This can be used
to add to homemade muesli or cakes, etc. The milk is for the curries! YUM!
No more canned coconut milk for us!