Are coconut flakes acid or alkaline?

Answer Dried coconut is acidic as are the flakes. Fresh coconut, on the other hand, is an alkaline food and so are the flakes. The taste difference between the two depends on how the dried coconut is proc... Read More »

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Can you sweeten unsweetened coconut flakes?

Yes, you can sweeten unsweetened coconut. Add 1/3 cup sugar and 1 1/4 cups coconut water in a saucepan with 4 cups unsweetened coconut flakes and bring to a boil. Lower the heat and cook until the ... Read More »

What are the health benefits of coconut flakes?

The origin of the coconut tree is unknown, but the country of India produces the world's largest amount of coconuts; nearly 14,743 million nuts in 2007-2008. Including coconut flakes in a balanced ... Read More »

Is coconut oil alkaline?

According to available lists of alkaline and acidic foods (such as the one on, coconut oil is alkaline, but just barely. Coconut oil is among the ranks of "very low alkaline forming food... Read More »

Is lemon an acid or an alkaline?

Lemons are acidic because of their pH. The pH of a lemon ranges between 2 and 3--anything below a pH of 7 is considered acidic. Lemons also contain approximately 5 percent citric acid, which gives ... Read More »