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Re: Belgian citrus wheat
« Reply #15 on: January 06, 2020, 06:50:41 PM »


Two weeks of primary and one week with the coconut. I used 8 ozs. of fresh coconut in 2 gallons. I think I got more coconut flavor than the previous batch that used dried.

Ooh, I like the idea of fresh coconut! I think I'll do that. Did you meausure that 8 oz in a measuring cup or on a kitchen scale?

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Scale.
FYI the head disappeared very quickly with the fresh coconut.
Question... I don't have a kitchen scale,  so how much should I aim for? 1/4 cup? 1/2?

Also,  I bought a fresh coconut and am going to bake the coconut chips until the begin to carmelize.

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I just used what the coconut had which happened to be a tiny bit over 8 ounces.
Okay thanks.

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