KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)
KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)
KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)
KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)
KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)
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    KOH Coconut 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.)

    $49.99
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    Get a true island taste with KOH Coconut® 100% Coconut Water (1 L, 12 pk.). KOH coconut water comes from the sweet and aromatic coconuts of Thailand's Amphawa River region. It is one of the best coconut water brands because the local farmers harvest KOH coconuts using sustainable methods. Pure coconut water is easy to distinguish because the taste is delicious, refreshing, healthy and 100% all natural. KOH Coconut supports sustainable and ecologically friendly farming practices, and will contribute to forest preservation as well as elephant preservation making this one the best coconut water to buy.

    Can Children Drink KOH Coconut Water?

    Yes. Coconut water is safe to be consumed by people of all ages. If you have a very young child, it would be a good idea to consult your pediatrician before adding coconut water into your child's diet.

    How Can I Use Coconut Water for Cooking?

    Coconut water is very useful in anything that needs a bit more liquid. You can replace water with coconut water in any recipe that calls for water because it acts almost exactly the same. A great way to incorporate the benefits of coconut water into your diet is to use it when making sauces or soups. To make a delicious Pad Thai sauce, you can substitute the typically recommended meat or vegetable broth with coconut water. Pad Thai sauce with coconut water is incredibly simple to make All you need is fresh garlic, fresh ginger, soy sauce or liquid aminos, rice vinegar, peanut butter, olive or coconut oil and coconut water. Sautee one clove of chopped garlic and about a 1/2 inch chopped ginger in oil over medium-high heat until golden, add about a cup of coconut water, a tablespoon of soy sauce, a tablespoon of rice vinegar and the juice of half a lime to the sauteed garlic and ginger and bring to a simmer. Whisk in 2 or more tablespoons of peanut butter to taste.

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