Friday, March 27, 2015

Wobbly

Jelly Coconut (MYR6.50) bought from Dusun stall in LG Midvalley/Gardens Mall. Very soft wobbly jelly and refreshing too with young coconut flesh which I always scrap off completely to eat without leaving any behind. I do not know where Dusun sourced this coconut but the texture is like Joez Coconut Jelly from Penang.

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    1. I guess you can say it is fun to eat. :D

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  2. I tried once, not crazy about it - very popular here, they call it coconut pudding. They tell me there's a very good one in Sarikei, their own-made one. Yet to drive all the way to try.

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    1. The one you tried, Is it as soft and wobbly as this one?

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  3. Have yet to try jelly coconut. I like the real fruit. ^^

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    1. Hahaha, this is real too, not a fake fruit. :)

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  4. When you say wobbly I think of jelly already.. The coconut jelly looks really refreshing, I feel I want to eat two already, hehe..

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    1. I think you can eat more than two because this jelly is so light and refreshing!

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  5. Wobbly jelly...yes, wobbly fat....no!!

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  6. I have not eating coconut pudding straight from the coconut. The one I ate in Terengganu was in a tupperware. I'd prefer from the coconut. Looks more presentable :D

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    1. I think those sold in tupperware are made differently with agar-agar powder. This one I don't think is made with agar-agar powder.

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  7. That jelly coconut must be very soothing and cooling! Good for the current hot weather.

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    1. Yes, it is. I want to eat more of this jelly.

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  8. Been wanting to try this :) Haven't encountered any convenient seller though. Do they add sugar into the jelly part?

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    1. If you are in KL Sentral, you can buy this jelly coconut from Joez Coconut. They have a booth there. No, no sugar is added to the jelly part or to any part of the coconut.

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  9. They basically just make the agar-agar with the coconut water directly. Joez is just famous, but I think if anyone does it that way, it should taste the same. :)

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    1. I think I have read somewhere that they just need to heat up the coconut to a certain temperature to get the coconut water to turn to jelly without using any agar-agar powder at all.

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  10. Just the right thing for our current hot, hot weather.

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  11. Just had coconut drink recently

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  12. Oh, I would love to eat this!! Raining or hot weather... anything cooling is suitable for my body now...

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  13. This is really something new and I would definitely LOVE IT!!!!!

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    1. You definitely have to try it then!

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