I. About the product
Buko juice is a popular refreshing drink from the Philippines. "Buko" is a Filipino word which means "young coconut" in English. Buko juice is also known as Coconut Milk Drink. Buko Juice is not only satisfactory in matters of taste, but it is likewise cheapest among all beverages. The product does not only sayisfy the thirst of the customers, but it also nourishes and provides benefits to their body. In fact, buko juice may be better at replacing lost fluids than a sports drink or water. A study which was recently published in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise concluded that buko juice replenishes body fluids better than water. Another study showed that coconut water caused less nausea, fullness, and stomach upset and was easier to consume in large amounts than commercial sports drinks. Coconut juice is incredibly healthy and one of the best drinks to hydrate the body. Best in summer because of its refreshing taste.
Buko Juice from 2 young coconuts, approximately 1 liter
1 cup water
Â¼ cup sugar
young coconut meat, malauhog, (tender, literal translation, mucous-like) B. Procedures
You can choose to drink it directly or stick it in the fridge for an even more refreshing drink. In our case, we cut it with a small amount of water and add a little sugar. We usually fish the flesh out of the pitcher too, and slice it into thin strips so it slithers between your lips with each sip. Divine. Served cold from the fridge, heavenly. Years from now, I know I’ll still be loving buko juice. And if you’ve tried some yourself, I’m sure you’d understand why. To prepare one is by using fresh coconut juice from the coconut fruit. First, remove the outer shell or husk of the coconut fruit by using a sharp butcher knife or machete until the middle layer is exposed. Crack open the top part of the coconut fruit.Pour coconut milk through a strainer into a tall pitcher. Straining will give you a clear...
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