Of course, the coconut shell-lacking could not survive the long fall from a conventional tree.
It is about the size of a coconut, with a slight snout and a thick brow visoring its stony sockets.
Similarly sunflower oil industry gets manufactured research against groundnut and coconut oils.
Even worse, the main source of income for these villagers came from coconut plantations, were were almost entirely washed away.
Best with mango sliced on it, with coconut milk and crushed peanuts sprinkled over it.
Others go with chicken, either roasted and stuffed with coconut-flavored rice or in a stew.
They use a lot of coconut milk, curry leaves, and mustard seeds.
The sweet mandarin and peach flavors of the wine echo the sweetness of the coconut milk in the sauce.
The plantation-grown coconut palm is relatively inexpensive and hardwearing.
Rich, unsweetened milk extracted from grated coconut, mixed with water.
British Dictionary definitions for coconut
the fruit of the coconut palm, consisting of a thick fibrous oval husk inside which is a thin hard shell enclosing edible white meat. The hollow centre is filled with a milky fluid (coconut milk)
the meat of the coconut, often shredded and used in cakes, curries, etc
(as modifier): coconut cake
(slang, derogatory) a black or Asian person who conforms to white culture at the expense of his or her ancestral culture, the idea being that, like a coconut, he or she is dark on the outside and white on the inside
One dollar: the whole hundred thousand coconuts(1920s+)
A Hispanic person who truckles to or imitates the values of the non-Hispanic majority; Tio Taco: Maldonado ridicules him for selling out, for being a coconut, brown on the outside, white on the inside(1970s+)
The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D. Copyright (C) 2007 by HarperCollins Publishers. Cite This Source