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Monochrome Monday: Coconuts

Frozen Memories

Coconuts Coconuts

I find the number of street vendors selling coconuts to be surprising. Perhaps that’s because I don’t originate from a tropical climate where coconuts are a mainstay. For Rupees 25 (US $0.40), the vendor will expertly hack open one of these beauties and insert a straw so the customer can enjoy the savory coconut milk. Once the milk is finished, they will hack it open so the flesh can be consumed.

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