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... to show what I used. Here you go...
Crack the shell with the back of the knife and use a butter knife to get the meat out.
I use 2 -3 coconuts sometimes.
For me, I run all of the meat through my juicer to shred all of the coconut...it looks just like the kind you buy at the store but it is softer.
If you don't have a juicer, just use raw, unsweetened shredded coconut.
Fill the blender with about 4 cups of water and the coconut meat
Blend it ...
... pitch. We were close to the beach but with no shade or showers we all began to get a bit fed-up. In protest a few of us flagged down a passing car and asked to be taken to the nearest hotel (I think this is the closest to an Overlanding Tantrum I’ve had). An hour later I was swimming in a cool pool, drinking a large glass of Sauvignon Blanc and surfing the web…..but don’t tell anyone!
We’ve now arrived ...
... s financial and loan records to enhance the process. There is so much still to do here in Liberia and the microcredit model has the ability to sustain itself – making it extremely important to plan for. Worldwide, microcredit entities reach sustainability (enough loans out to be able to generate interest that pays for its expenses) in 7-10 years – or at the very least have a strong plan in place by then to do so.
Liberia has many ...
... and completely devoted to him and being his companion, friend and sweetheart.
Church Callings: Ryan has been called as the Elder's Quorum President and I am the Young Women's president. What they want us to do here is to basically get things started here...teaching them how to do everything so that they are prepared for when we do leave.
Family: We miss you all and we love you so much. Mom, Dad, Tammy and Mel...thank you so much for everything ...
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was Great, Liberia seems too be on the move. new buildings going up everywhere, more room for business, the government seems too be on the right track and hopefully they stay on this track too bring Liberia in a great feature
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