Coconut Shell

Some articles on coconut, coconut shell, shells:

Puttu - Preparation
... It is then spiced, formed and steamed with layers of grated coconut ... holds the puttu — where the rice mixture is inserted with layers of grated coconut ... A number of alternative cooking vessels are used, such as traditional vessels where a perforated coconut shell is attached to a section of bamboo, or a chiratta puttu made of a coconut shell or of metal ...
Maglalatik
... The Maglalatik is an indigenous dance from the Philippines in which coconut shell halves that are secured onto the dancers' hands and on vests upon which are hung four or six more coconut ... all male - perform the dance by hitting one coconut shell with the other - sometimes the ones on the hands, sometimes, the ones on the body, and sometimes the shells ... dance comes from the Filipino word "Latik", which means "fried coconut milk curd", a coconut product that is used in Filipino cooking, particularly in snacks ...
Coconut - Commercial, Industrial, and Household Use - Husks and Shells
... The husk and shells can be used for fuel and are a source of charcoal ... Activated carbon manufactured from coconut shell is considered superior to those obtained from other sources, mainly because of small macropores structure which renders it ... A dried half coconut shell with husk can be used to buff floors ...

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