Coconut is a round and elongated fruit of white, fibrous and fatty flesh covered with a thick, brown and hairy shell. Coconuts are surrounded by a fibrous core, inside which is a white flesh called dill. When the fruit is still soft, it gives a milky liquid that is usually used as a staple food in some areas.
Are coconuts man made?
Coconut was first domesticated by the Austronesian peoples on the island of Southeast Asia, and spread during the Neolithic with its sea migrations all the way east to the island of the Pacific, and west to Madagascar and the Comoros.
Where is coconut naturally found? Today, coconut palms grow in the tropics in a belt around the world 25 degrees north and 25 degrees south of the equator. To see also : Can we eat coconut Apple?. The tree can be found in Southeast Asia, Indonesia, India, Australia, the Pacific Islands, South America, Africa, the Caribbean and the southern parts of North America.
What is flower inside coconut?
Named Kobbari Puvvu in Telugu and Fopra in Bengali, coconut sprouts are sometimes called coconut flower or nariyal ka phool. Also known as coconut pearl, coconut embryo or coconut apple, coconut sprouts have a spongy texture, sweet taste. See the article : Why is coconut milk called milk?. They are found in coconuts that are ripe and vary in size.
What is a white ball inside a coconut? Sprouted coconuts, also called coconut sprouts, are edible spherical spongy cotyledons of germinating coconuts. They are crunchy watery textures with a slight sweetness. They are eaten in countries where coconut is grown, either as they are or as part of a variety of dishes.