Be aware that young Thai Coconuts must undergo intensive chemical treatment to assure a long shelf life. The coconuts may be dipped in formaldehyde to help prevent molding and to keep the meat white. The formaldehyde will leech into the fruit and water. If ordering fresh young green Thai coconuts, or any other fresh young green coconuts that come from overseas markets for that matter, do your research on the company and inquire if the coconuts have been treated before buying and consuming
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
theCryptofishist wrote:I've only tried one brand, last year, off-playa. Wasn't disgusted, but didn't really like it enough to finish it. And of course, I no longer remember what brand it was.
Is it actually good, or just spot hitting on playa?
MyDearFriend wrote:I can't believe I'm taking shit from a meat-cake-with-teeth. :lol:
skippy3k wrote:I can't stand coconut water by itself. The trick for me is to mix it with various fruit juices and mineral water to give it a nice fizz.
steve.t.sullivan wrote:Clearly you people have never heard of Brawndo...
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