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Why the taste differs from coconut water to coconut milk...................?

Asked by bhaskar erram, 03 May '09 02:56 pm
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Coconut milk is made by crushing and squeezing the liquid from coconut meat. What you get is a thick, creamy, white fluid that looks much like dairy milk. Coconut water, on the other hand, looks pretty much like ordinary water, although it may be slightly opaque. The two are completely different in taste, texture, nutrient content, and health benefits. Coconut water is sometimes referred to as coconut juice and is consumed just like any other fruit juice.Coconut water has a slightly sweet, somewhat nutty taste. Surprisingly, it doesn't taste like coconut. It has a flavor all its own. Coconut water has long been the most popular beverage consumed in the tropics where it is considered not only a refreshing drink but a health tonic. Coconut water is a superfood filled with minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, and growth factors. It is low in fat and has only a fifth of the sugar found in most fresh fruit juices.Its unique combination of nutrients gives it incredible hea ...more
Answered by anita bhattacharyya, 03 May '09 03:01 pm

 
  
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Coconut water contains only glucose that may be harmful to some diabetics. but milk contains coconut oil and other fats etc. they are entirely different.
Answered by Doveson Cheruvathur, 03 May '09 03:08 pm

 
  
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Milk is an extract of coconut while water is not
Answered by Sandeep Sharma, 03 May '09 02:57 pm

 
  
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Both are not same.
Answered by amitava duttamajumdar, 29 Aug '13 08:05 pm

 
  
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