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Everything you wanted to know about coconut bowls.

Coconut bowls are suitable for both cool and warm foods and are an all-natural product with blemishes and imperfections that give each bowl personality and remind you that you’re eating out of nature’s original bowl.

Coconut bowls are made of real coconuts. It’s hand-carved by skilled craftsmen and polished to give a beautiful look. It can be used to put desserts, salads, granola, or smoothies.

ARE COCONUT BOWLS SAFE TO EAT FROM?

Coconutsy are manufacturers of beautiful coconut bowls, candles and cups handmade from up-cycled coconut shells. Because our bowls are recycled from natural sources they are also plastic-free, toxin-free, vegan friendly, food safe and eco-friendly.

Our coconut bowls are completely safe for you and your family to eat from right out of the box and with the right care will last a lifetime.

ARE COCONUT BOWLS SUSTAINABLE?

We source all our products from sustainable and ethical sources with a mission to reduce, reuse and recycle. 

By re-purposing something that would have otherwise been discarded or burnt we are actively making the planet healthier by saving thousands of coconut shells from being burnt and releasing CO2 and methane to the atmosphere.

We are quite literally taking waste from landfill and turning it into something reusable for many years to come.

HOW ARE COCONUT BOWLS MADE?

The vast majority of our coconuts come from coconut farms in Ben Tre Vietnam. After the flesh, husk and fibre has been harvested the coconut shell remains as a by-product. Because the shells had no use they were discarded as waste and often burnt in their millions.

For a coconut shell to be hard enough to use as a bowl, the coconuts must be mature and strong.

WHERE CAN I BUY COCONUT BOWLS?

You can purchase coconut bowls online from us in Australia. All our coconut bowls are handpicked and stored in our Brisbane Warehouse for fast delivery. We deliver Australia wide including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin and Hobart.

All our orders are packed and shipped next day to make sure you get your eco-friendly goodies in a timely fashion. When you are ready to buy coconut bowls for yourself or as a gift just click here.

It’s super easy to make your own coconut bowl. All you need is a coconut shell and a few simple tools to make your own rustic bowls!

If you purchase a coconut shell from the market or supermarket you can cut the coconut shell in half using a saw.

HOW DO I MAKE MY OWN COCONUT BOWL?

WHAT YOU NEED

  • Coconut Shell
  • Sandpaper – course and medium grit.
  • Coconut Oil.
  • Cloth
  • Linseed Oil – or any food-safe lacquer (optional)

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Use sandpaper to sand the entire outside surface of the coconut shell until you get the desired effect.
  2. Work lightly if you don’t want to remove too much of the natural texture.
  3. Using a cloth, rub the inside and outside of the bowl with coconut oil. Coconut oil will seal and bring out the natural shine of the coconut bowl.
    Note: The coconut shell will look darker after you apply coconut oil.
  4. Let the coconut shell dry for 1 hour and apply coconut oil again.
  5. Optional – After your bowl is dry, brush some linseed oil on the outside of the bowl. You will need to repeat this step drying in between to 100% seal your coconut bowl.

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