Tag: common uses for coconuts
Fri, 16 November 2012 9:06AM
Here’s a fun coconut fact: the name coco literally means ‘grimacing face or hobgoblin’ (according to that incredibly, ahem, trusty website, MyFiveBest.com). Strange, isn’t it? That something so versatile, inviting, healthy and delicious could have a name based on fear and other such unpleasantries. While the magical coconut is now the hot new stud in Health… more
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