Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Joez Coconut

Coconut Jelly - MYR5.30 nett. I read a newspaper article that says the Coconut Jelly was made by slightly heating up the coconuts. No agar-agar or jelly or konyaku powder was used.

Joez coconut booth at KL Sentral - near to the Touch and Go Booth. They also have other items on the menu, for example, coconut shakes. I wonder whether this coconut shakes taste the same as the one in Sangkaya.

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  1. Tried one here, did not like it... :(
    https://suituapui.wordpress.com/2014/04/23/coconut/

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    1. The one you had looks like mixing the coconut flesh with the jelly.

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  2. Oh i used to love coconuts as we have such there in our farm, but the coconut in the city (esp the processed ones) are those that i actually buy, since i'd know personally what's the taste of real coco and not! :)

    i'm sad as well that you cannot post your award here in your blog for the versatile blogger but thank you for answering the questions, i've got to know you a little better

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    1. Now you don't love coconuts anymore?

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  3. The coconut jelly looks really refreshing and delicious.. I've only had coconut shake (with vanilla ice cream), but never had coconut jelly.. I wana try leh !!

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  4. I have seen this in KL Sentral, not quite noticeable since it is at one corner.. the coconut jelly looks refreshing and cooling.. nice!!! :)

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    1. You are right. This stall is hidden in a corner.

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  5. Nice to enjoy it chilled on hot day.

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  6. Oh, this is that famed one from Penang which you asked me to try after seeing my blog post on coconut jelly. Actually, it's very easy to replicate at home, now that I've tried making it :)

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    1. You made it just by heating up the coconut without using any jelly or agar or konyaku powder?

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    2. No, I used agar-agar powder!
      http://eatwhateatwhere.blogspot.my/2015/08/ewew-makes-fresh-coconut-jelly-or-agar.html

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    3. If use agar agarpowder the jelly is different!

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  7. Love coconut jelly. Simply a refreshing dessert during hot days.

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  8. I can eat a couple of these all at one go! Yummsss!

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  9. Why my comment missing? :/

    I used to frequent their original shop in Penang. I don't think they have anything other than coconut jelly there. Or if they have, I never cared. Hahaha :D

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    1. I checked the spam comment folder, it is not there so dunno where your comment went but thanks for leaving another one. I think I like thr jelly coconuts in Pg better.

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  10. Oh, I love these coconut jelly, especially the chilled ones.

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    1. Have to keep them chilled or they will go bad because they don't use preservatives.

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  11. Just heat up can coagulate the juice?? I went before to the KL Sentral Joez as a colleague wanted to buy. Good business. (I was too full to consider buying one for myself).

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    1. That's what I read in that article.

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  12. I am impressed with this theory of just heating up and gets the jelly. Now it got me thinking hard how it could harden up.

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