Niyog is the Filipino (Tagalog) word for Matured Coconut which is the source of Coconut Milk. The Niyog is grated from the shell of the coconut and squeezed/pressed to obtain the desired Cococnut Oil called Gata in the Philippines.

Niyog is the Filipino (Tagalog) word for Matured Coconut which is the source of Coconut Milk. The Niyog is grated from the shell of the coconut and squeezed/pressed to obtain the desired Cococnut Oil called Gata in the Philippines.

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