coconut water

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coconut water

n.
The watery fluid in the central cavity of an immature coconut, used chiefly as a beverage.
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Noun1.coconut water - clear to whitish fluid from within a fresh coconut
cocoanut, coconut - large hard-shelled oval nut with a fibrous husk containing thick white meat surrounding a central cavity filled (when fresh) with fluid or milk
milk - any of several nutritive milklike liquids
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To ensure that no part of the buko goes to waste, Ivy sells buko juice at P10 per cup.
Upon arrival at the hotel, the guests received leis and a refreshing buko juice with the resort's initial 'S' carved on the shell.
The 16-hectare banana-shaped island is perfect for a stroll on the white beach, a quick dip in its clear-blue waters, a relaxing spa by the beach and a sumptuous lunch of typical Negrense cuisine - chicken inasal, pork barbecue, green mango with bagoong, ensaladang talong with plenty of tomatoes and onions, along with ripe mangoes, pineapple and watermelon, sugary fried sweet potatoes and the yummiest chocolate cake for dessert, downed of course with fresh buko juice.
This include drinks such as milk, fresh buko juice and safe and clean water; go(energy giving), grow(body building) and glow(body regulating) foods such as milled or brown rice, boiled camote or saba, suman, puto, lean meat, fish and fresh fruits and leafy vegetables.
Which is why, perhaps, Luisa guards me zeal- ously, until I've drunk enough buko juice or tender coconut juice with floating kernel, to be out of mischief's way.
Aivee says, "At first, it may be a diuretic, like buko juice, but after a while, you will get used to it.
Jimmy Segovia, Jonnel's father, said that sometimes, he would imagine that his son was still out there peddling buko juice, just like when the boy was still alive.
Other new manufacturers await entrepreneurs daring to market branded finished products as mundane as buko juice, cocosugar, cocochar or geotextiles and as advanced as pharmaceutical VCO.