How do you make a coconut cup?

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Do I see a luau in your future? If you host these shindigs often, you may want to take the time to make authentic coconut cups. Very carefully, score a line across the center of your coconut with a blade. Use a chisel and hammer to tap along the scored line until the coconut splits into two halves. Sand the rough edges and the ends to stabilize your cups. If you want to serve drinks in these and your guests don't like bits of hull in their beverages, use a nontoxic shellac to coat the inside before use. Looking for more information on nontoxic or food-safe shellac? Check out this link! www.woodworking-news.com
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1. Locate the three indents on the outside of the coconut shell. Pierce the softest indent with the tip of your scissors and widen the hole by rotating the blade. Drain the coconut
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Since most companies drain the juice out of their coconuts you may need to buy coconut juice instead of a plain coconut. The juice comes in cans mostly.
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Drain tofu and cut into 1/2 inch cubes. Toss into the Crock Pot/Slow Cooker. Add all remaining ingredients into the Crock Pot/Slow Cooker and stir gently, just a few times until everything
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1 Additional Answer
A coconut cup is really easy to make. You will need to find either whole coconuts or mini coconuts that have been sliced in half already. If you can not find this in the grocery store, then you can simply halve a coconut and then scoop out the fruit and liquid filling. The next step is to then fill the shelled coconut with whatever you want inside of it.
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