Coconut (Ma-phrao)

Coconut (Ma-phrao)

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Widely available in several varieties. Coconut milk is a refreshing drink and the soft white flesh of the young fruit is delightful as a snack. Coconut flesh and milk is also widely used in Thai cooking.

Season: All year


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