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pusipusina, ma'ima'ifrom POC <puti> "semen"NPcoconut cream being squeezed{ma'ima'i pusipusina} is the thick white coconut cream as it is coming out while the grated meat is being squeezed. 5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation6.2.1.7Growing trees
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hetihetiunspec. var.heti1nhusking stakeThe stake or peg for husking coconuts is called {hetiheti}. A good permanent stake is often made of a very hard palm wood called {puyuwa} "black palm."6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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holi, ma'ima'i yaCL1grate coconut, to{ma'ima'i ya holi} means to grate a coconut after having husked and cracked open a mature coconut which has hard meat. 6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation2scrape coconut, to
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holiholin1scraperManiota u holi. U folo. Ai maihala u tole be ya nega. Squeeze it. Put (the liquid) in the sun to settle.Grate the tapioca. Squeeze it. Put (the liquid) in the sun to settle (become clear).A {holiholi} "scraper" is used for scraping coconut, betelnut, or vegetables such as {maniota} "manioc."5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation2graterMa'ima'i u holi. U fa'asi esegahidiGrate some coconut. Mix them together.A {holiholi} is device used for grating coconut, betelnut, etc. The coconut grater is made from a protruding metal strap with teeth in the rounded end which is sometimes mounted on a small stool, or a board upon which the person doing the scaping can sit as she or he grates the opened coconut into a container. Prior to the use of metal, a bivalve seashell with serrated edges was used as a scraper. To grate the coconut, the small shell was held between forefinger and thumb.5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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ma'i senadiNPcoconut chunksYa toledi, ma'i senadi wa.He put them there, the chunks of coconut meat. 6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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ma'i ya geyaCLbreak off chunks of coconut meat, toNa esega, mate iya ya, nuwana ya mahata. Ma'i ya geya ya ofi, . . .But one of them, he had a bright idea. He had broken off some chunks of coconut, . . .{Ma'i ya geya} means to break off chunks of coconut met from inside the shell.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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ma'ima'i ya holiCLscrape a coconut, to{Ma'ima'i ya holi} When a mature coconut is husked and cracked open, then the meat may be scraped or grated on a coconut grater.ov. synfolo, ma'ima'i yahasalina, ma'ima'ili'una, ma'ima'i, ma'ima'i ho'owanama'ima'i kouna 1ma'ima'i masinama'ima'i masitauna1ma'ima'i pusipusinama'ima'i ya folo6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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ma'i ya geyaCLbreak off chunks of coconut meat, toNa esega, mate iya ya, nuwana ya mahata. Ma'i ya geya ya ofi, . . .But one of them, he had a bright idea. He had broken off some chunks of coconut, . . .{Ma'i ya geya} means to break off chunks of coconut met from inside the shell.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation
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ma'ima'i lulutinaNPcoconut fibre{Ma'ima'i lulutina}is the strong brown fibre mesh which forms around the base of new coconut leaves; it is used for straining other matter from liquids. It is also used for starting fires.6.2.1.7.1Growing coconuts5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation1.5.5Parts of a plant
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