Coconut husk fiber, also called coir, is the fibrous material found between the hard interior shell and the outer shell of a coconut. Brown coir is made from ripe coconut, while white coir is taken from an unripe coconut... More »

Coconuts sold in stores have a hard, brown exterior that remains once the outer husk has been hacked off. Removing the brown shell and reaching the white meat of a coconut requires some practice and skill with a heavy kn... More »

Coconut fiber is a fibrous material found in the fibrous husk (mesocarp) of the coconut (Cocos nucifera) of the coconut palm, which belongs to the palm family (Palmae). Due to its high lignin and low cellulose content, c... More »

Coconut fiber is a fibrous material found in the fibrous husk (mesocarp) of the coconut (Cocos nucifera) of the coconut palm, which belongs to the palm family (Palmae). Due to its high lignin and low cellulose content, c... More »

To remove the shell from a coconut, first drain the milk from the coconut, then wrap it in a towel, hit it with a hammer until it breaks open, and use a small knife to remove the coconut flesh. Alternatively, put the coc... More »

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An average coconut weighs 680 grams, and the average coconut tree produces thousands of coconuts over an approximately 70-year life span. While the average weight is 680 grams, coconuts can commonly weigh up to 2.5 kilog... More »