Remove the coconut and set it aside until it is cool enough to touch. Next, wrap the coconut in a kitchen towel; holding it with one hand, tap it several times with your back on the back of the church or cocoa knife before striking it, or strike it in the same place with a hammer. Separate the coconut meat from the cream with a spoon.
Can you drill a hole in a coconut?
DRILL, BABY, DRILL! There are 3 characters at the top of the coconut that make the fruit look like a bowling ball. The one that is slightly offset from the other two tends to be the softest, so this is what you are going to drill into. If you use a cage, dig in (and if you have it, it’s definitely an easier option).