Deep freeze the the broken half coconut for two days. Thaw. put a knife in and scoop; the whole kernel would come out easily!!!
thanks for your guidance !! :)
25 Apr 2013 5:15am
@Goddess ☼ Ƹl¡: Welcome Goddess:-)))
Now that is really useful advice. Nice image Devi
25 Apr 2013 5:57am
@Doug: Thank you Doug:-)
I agree. Rarely does one see around well with a suitable partner.
25 Apr 2013 6:00am
@Jypyä Pop: Ah ! Jypya, it's all in the mind:))))))
Thanks for the tip here. With this, you remind me that I often find coconuts washed up on my London shore of the Thames . . always puzzles me where they have come from !
25 Apr 2013 7:03am
@Ronnie 2¢: May be some stalls near Thames have coconuts and they find their way on to the shore!!!Or may be they swim across from Belgium:-)))
25 Apr 2013 7:05am
@Shaahin Bahremand: Thank you Shaahin:-)
Great textures, shapes, colors, DOF, lighting
25 Apr 2013 7:06am
@Helys: Thank you Helys :))))
25 Apr 2013 8:22am
@pascale: Thank you pascale :-)
Very nice couple! The bald one must be male...?
25 Apr 2013 8:26am
@Marilla: Ha ha ha Marilla..my hubby is almost:)))))
Looks really tasty.
25 Apr 2013 8:32am
@ursulakatariina: They were, Ursula:-))
Not sure how you managed to remove the shell nicely.. cool shot
25 Apr 2013 10:07am
@Sarito: It just comes out neatly Sarito...as I have said here,deep freeze, thaw or half an hour , slide a knife( not sharp but butter knife) between the kernel and the shell, it will come out!!
une belle photo et un super truc!!! merci à toi!
25 Apr 2013 11:02am
@Martine: Merci Martine :-)))
I will definitely purchase from a coconut and the taste of it, these photos make me curious as to what it tastes like a freshly opened coconut nut!:-))Haleja.
Beautiful day to you ,my friend!
25 Apr 2013 11:08am
@Oiva: You won't be disappointed, I'm sure:-). You can blend it and extract milk from this and add it to stew to enhance the flavour:-)
Oh, Thanks Devi!
25 Apr 2013 11:10am
@omid: Thank you Omid:))))
Thanks Devi, did not know that ....... very handy ..... Funny, you posted that today - we were at our Vietnamese Store in the City and they have everything besides Vietn. goods - Indian, Chinese and in between. I was looking for the Banana leaves - no such luck but they had the Coconut kernels in the fridge and I was asking myself, how do they do that !!!Coincidence !Kind regards Monika
25 Apr 2013 11:23am
@Shiva: Yes! Strange that you bumped into coconut today:-))))
Ah ah ... Vice/versa !...
Belle dans ce sens aussi. :))
25 Apr 2013 11:51am
@tataray: Merci tataray:-)
I never knew that - admittedly my coconut usually comes in the tin can
25 Apr 2013 11:56am
@Jules: I am yet to see tinned/canned coconuts!!!
25 Apr 2013 1:06pm
@Dimitrios: :-)))))))) Dimitrios:-)))
Great contrast of colour and texture in this shot Devi! Well done! ;-)
25 Apr 2013 1:07pm
@Eric Cousineau: Thank you Eric for the appreciation :-)
That's a neat trick to get the coconut out easily. It's a pretty shot, too.
25 Apr 2013 1:51pm
@Steve Rice: Thank you Steve:-)
Well come back to the tasty shots ! Great and funny pictures !
25 Apr 2013 1:55pm
@Gheorghe: Thank you Gheorghe I love foodie shots:-)...
Superbe et en plus c'est excellent!!! Bonne journée.
25 Apr 2013 3:29pm
@Tede: Merci Tede :-)))
It's a nice shot with lovely close view! Also a novel technique!
25 Apr 2013 5:09pm
@mohkum: Thank you mohkum....
Another Beautiful image of coconut pair, Devi.
Nice contrast, textures and colours. And a great tip. Thanks, Devi. :)
25 Apr 2013 5:44pm
@Sam: Thank you Sam happy to see your appreciation:-))))
25 Apr 2013 5:57pm
@Adela Fonts: Thank you Adela :-)
I will have to try for myself Devi, you are full of wisdom.
25 Apr 2013 6:09pm
@Kate: Ah! Kate...the wisdom is just tips handed down from generations..but this coconut scooping I discovered by accident.... Yes while striving to the thawed coconut kernel, the whole thing slipped out to my amazement!!!
A delicious fruit
25 Apr 2013 6:15pm
@Patrick M.: Thank you Patrick:-)
Add your comment ...
CASIO EX-Z601/60 secondF/3.138 mm (35mm equiv.)
Photography by Devi © 2019
Powered by Aminus3 Photoblog Software