Jason Traylor wrote:
She told me they are open to about anything I can come up with, but I know I need to meet their vision as well and while I feel they would love for me to buy the place
Jd Gonzalez wrote:Being raised in the Caribbean, I am familiar with coconut milk making. For milk, you want the dried whole coconut. Crack it open, use an old spoon to pry the meat off the shell. Grate it (mom had us 3 boys as her free child labor) then puree it while adding HOT water. Steep, and strain with a cotton cloth in a colander. Once most of the milk is drained, you pick up the cloth, close the ends and wring the life out if it (over a bowl) bottle and refrigerate. Depending on the size, one coconut makes about two pints.no plastic, no cans. If you are crafty you may saw the coconut in half about 3/4 of the way up, and create a drinking cup. The shell can be worked and polished to a mirror finish. The 1/4 half's top is sliced and becomes the stand for the coconut "coffee cup."