Do Young Green Coconuts give us Virgin Coconut Oil?
Don’t miss our new series with a few home truths from Camp Coconut! Young Lady Green (a King Coconut) can’t produce Colonel Drupe’s Meat, Milk, Melt, and Moribund Water. Keep reading to learn more from our new teaching series.
Three Popular Coconut Water Products
Young Green Coconuts are attracting attention in the market place. Some people do not realise the differences between Young Green Coconuts (King Coconuts) and mature Coconuts that produce Virgin Coconut Oil, as you see in the picture above).
In our free book, Coconut Oil Basics – we explain the difference between the two types of Coconut, and which products can be extracted from each of them.
The key message we want to everyone to understand is that Virgin Coconut Oil is a product you extract from a mature Coconut*.
It takes time to develop all of a mature Coconut’s specialness. That factor of improvement over time reminds me of my marriage.
I asked myself the question one day, “What is the biggest difference between the young wife I had, when we got married, and the same wife I still have today?
Well part of the difference is that we were both young and green in our marriage relationship, and the game of life. We hadn’t even got to a point of seriously thinking about owning a business!
We can apply a similar observation about the development of a Coconut.
This new teaching series is full of home truths from island life at Camp Coconut! In this episode / lesson you’ll discover that Young Lady Green (a King Coconut) can’t produce what Colonel Drupe can!
What can a mature Coconut produce?
- Melt (fat we call Virgin Coconut Oil)
- Moribund Coconut Water (moribund – informal for “on the way out”)
What can a Young Green Coconut produce?
- No Meat
- No Milk
- Gel – scrape it out
- Fresh Coconut Water (this is the main thing to get from them)