The coconut is around and elongated fruit with white, fibrous, and oily flesh covered by a hard, brown, and hairy shell. You can get these fruits on the following coloring pictures below.
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The coconut has a fibrous shell, white flesh inside that is called copra, and, when the fruit is still tender, it is a milky liquid often used as a staple food in some areas.
The coconut is a significant nutritional contribution to the diet of the desert Arabs. One hundred grams of this product provides us with between 363 and 669 kcal.
The coconut has a fibrous shell, white flesh inside which is called copra, and when the fruit is still tender, a milky liquid which is often used as a staple food in some areas.
One predominant use of the coconut in copra production is the dried pith of the coconut, from which oil is obtained. The residues leftover from copra production is used for animal grazing.
Although coconut oil is not one of the essential vegetable oils, it is a lauric oil and deserves a place on the world market. The fruit of the coconut tree is the coconut, and it is also processed.
In addition to coconuts, coconut nuts can also be extracted from these palms (coconut trees). The coconut weighs on average 2.5 kg and is not a nut, but a drupe fruit.
Rope and other fiber products are produced from these thanks to their fibrous outer shell. These nuts also have an almond that can be eaten fresh or dried, the copra being obtained.
By cutting the inflorescences of the coconut tree and collecting the liquid (sap) that exudes from them, fermented drinks, alcohol vinegar, or sugars are obtained.
The terminal bud of the palm tree can be eaten, fresh, cooked, or as a legume (coconut cabbage). The shell of the coconut can be used to make containers for drinking and other uses, as well as for charcoal.
Young green coconuts have a lot of milk and little pulp, but a delicious taste and viscous consistency, and are highly appreciated in the producing areas for their consumption.
Coconuts are a necessary ingredient in Malaysian, Indian, and Indonesian cuisine: freshly grated pulp is added to cakes, rice, meat, or fish.
In Europe and other non-coconut-producing areas, grated coconut gives an exotic note to salads and compotes, and adds a flavor to creams, puddings, ice cream, biscuits, cakes, and pies. It can be used to bread meat, fish, or vegetables.