Nutrition & Ingredients
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All About Coconut
Coconuts, my personal favourite! Coconuts most likely originated in the South East Asia, and most of the the world’s supply today comes from Indonesia, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. We all know what coconuts look like – with a very hard, fuzzy outer shell that is infamously difficult to crack open, and a bright white interior. Coconut milk, or the water that gets trapped inside of the coconut, is also referred to as “nature’s Gatorade” due to its high electrolyte contents. The “meat” of the coconut, or the white part that we go absolutely crazy for, is rich in copper, selenium, magnesium, and phosphorus. A diet that’s rich in coconut can help improve both bone and heart health. With a strong, sweet taste that’s completely unique, coconut is oftentimes found as a major ingredient in some of the world’s favourite desserts.
How to Use Coconut:
Dried, raw coconut flakes are a staple in any good baker’s pantry. Not only are they delicious when sprinkled on cakes, pies, and various other pastries, but they also make the whole dish look a whole lot prettier! At the same time, coconut is also very popular as a base for different types of curries.