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    no axe required. Just whack it between the eyes with a hammer.


    here is how a saomans do it:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndkOv3xmU98&NR=1

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    You have to have the husk off to do that, SG. I was thinking of just going for husk and shell in one whack.


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    Great video, SG. Interesting how he could just squeeze the oils out of the meat w/o hot water.


    Now, I just need to keep my eye out for a big stick, I guess......


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    time to get my club lol grunt grunt grunt xoxo


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    [quote]

    It’s interesting to note that the Sanskrit for the coconut tree is “kalpa vrisksha,” the tree that produces all the necessities of life.” In Polynesia, it is a custom to plant one coconut tree for each newborn baby. The idea was that since the tree lives about the same number of years as a human being, the child would be guaranteed food for his lifetime. Coconut trees may live 60 or 70 years; some live as long as 100 years or more.</blockquote>


    http://www.blue-hawaii.com/newsletters/mar2003nl.php

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