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Sometimes called water coconuts, young green coconuts have soft flesh and lots of liquid. In the tropics, people often sip the coconut water inside. To crack one, simply chop a shallow wedge into the tapered top, then pour out the water when the first opening appears (or simply insert a straw to sip straight from the coconut). Once it's drained, continue slicing through the husk. A long metal spoon will help you scoop out the flesh, which can be eaten or added into salsas, curries and chutneys.