Contains Tree Nuts, Contains Coconuts
Also known as Green Coconut, Water Coconut. Sometimes called water coconuts, young green coconuts have soft flesh and lots of liquid. In the tropics, people often sip the coconut water inside. To crack one, simply chop a shallow wedge into the tapered top, then pour out the water when the first opening appear (or simply insert a straw to sip straight from the coconut). Once it's drained, continue slicing through the husk. A long metal spoon will help you scoop out the flesh, which can be eaten or added into salsas, curries and chutneys.