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    If you want to get the juice out easily, you can tap a nail through two of the three eyes on the end (one to pour, one to let air back in) and either pour it into a glass or drink the juice through a straw, India-style. Once you're done that, you can smash it to your heart's content.
    Ah-ha! Genius.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milty View Post
    Hahaha. Ingenious.


    Yeah, the screw in the photo is what I used to do that.

    I had it laid on the floor as I hit it, it was so hard I stopped, thought I was going to crack the tile. I used the screw to make 6 or 7 holes in the side, whacked it and it finally cracked after a few good hits.
    Hmmmm, yeah, on the tile is not a good idea. We used to smash them on the concrete floor in the basement when I was a kid. I haven't smashed one in a bit, but at our current place, I would take it out to the garage and beat it into submission (bonus: tools close at hand).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owly View Post
    Hmmmm, yeah, on the tile is not a good idea. We used to smash them on the concrete floor in the basement when I was a kid. I haven't smashed one in a bit, but at our current place, I would take it out to the garage and beat it into submission (bonus: tools close at hand).
    I had considered getting the saw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milty View Post
    I had considered getting the saw.
    Saw and bench vise might work well.
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    Break it between your hands, weaklings!

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    nail, then hacksaw FTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by athomeontherange View Post
    feed the baby some bacon and be happy
    Yep, I went home and ate a steak with guacamole and a sweet potato with loads of butter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbyful View Post
    I was told by an obstetrician yesterday at my 24-week prenatal appointment to eat little to no meat and low-fat while I'm pregnant. (My husband and I just looked at each other and didn't say anything.)
    What the what?

    That's...that's...I don't even know what I would have said to that other than, "Are you sure you're a f#$%ing doctor?"

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    I use the tip of a crappy knife to take out the holes, then insert a chopstick to enlarge. Then after taking out all the water, I bake the coconut for 20 minutes. Then I wrap it in a plastic bag and violently throw it to the floor. Easy, peasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    I use the tip of a crappy knife to take out the holes, then insert a chopstick to enlarge. Then after taking out all the water, I bake the coconut for 20 minutes. Then I wrap it in a plastic bag and violently throw it to the floor. Easy, peasy.
    I shall remember this for next time.

    Does the coconut meat taste any different after being baked?

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