Coconut product

cocos

Coconut is the product of the coconut, the fruit of the coconut palm is a plant that can grow up to 30 meters high. The outside of the coconut looks a bit like the face of a monkey, coco in Portuguese, hence the name. The leaves of the tree fall off, but the base of the leaf stays where the trunk makes.

Experiences and Use

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Kosnectar and Coconut blossom sugar production

Coconut nectar is the juice that is drained from the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera), for example for the preparation of coconut (blossom) sugar. Otherwise, for example, the juice of the ash (maple), the juice of palms is sweet of itself, and does not require any processing in that respect. The juice, which you should actually call nectar, has a Brix value of 17.
The draining of the coconut blossom goes as follows. the flower must first of all be suitable. This must consist of at least five pieces and may not have flowered yet, in order to prevent contamination, such as by insects present. This flower is called the mayang in Indonesia. The mayang must be incised to get the sap flow under way. It is first tied up so that the incision can be applied more easily. The next day is cut again, again and again with all precautions to prevent contamination of the nectar. coconut juice

A tap gives the juice the first two weeks, after which the nectar flow decreases steadily. As a rule, a new flower appears two weeks later, and the process can be repeated. The tapping takes place twice a day, with the speed with which the coconut will otherwise be fed during their growth and development. The coconut palm is thus accustomed to this nectar current. Normally the palm will bloom and coconuts will emerge from that blossom, which will fall over time (from a few months to a year).

The choice for tapping the juice implies that from that moment on the tree will not bear fruit (coconuts), although. In the Philippines one would have developed a technique for tapping the same tree and carrying nuts.

Apparently, winning coconut juice for sugar production is a recent development. But the juice is traditionally extracted, for example on the Filppijnen for making lambanog, a strong drink, similar to a vodka. Here the comparison goes with agave syrup, traditionally used for the manufacture of tequila.

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