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This recipe for How to Select & Prepare a Fresh Coconut, by Aunt Martha Wolf Ginn, is from Eating with the Wolf Family,
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Aunt Martha Wolf Ginn Added: Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Select a coconut which is rich brown in color. Then shake it to make sure it is full of liquid. This means it is moist and fresh. To open the coconut, puncture the eyes with an ice pick. Invert the coconut over a large tumbler. Next, crack and peel the coconut.
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