Eh, just to, again, state the obvious, have you noticed yet that coconut is used in a lot of places we narrow minded North Americans wouldn’t have thought of? And is this dangling a participle? I know ending a sentence with "of" is a bad idea, but I don’t remember the name of the rule I’m breaking. How about I just reword the sentence? Yeah, okay. Um. Let me think.

Ah, just to, again, state the ever obvious (yeah, I decided to expand on that, even though it has nothing to do with correcting grammar. What can I say? I’m a little, oh, um, well, ask my siblings. They’ll come up with a good word. 🙂 ) have you noticed yet that coconut and its derivatives (have to show off my oh so huge vocabulary somewhere, don’t I?) are used in a lot of different ways than we narrow minded North Americans had ever considered?

Yeah, that’s better for grammatical correctness, oh you grammar Nazis out there. And it’s snootier, too. So there.

What was I saying?

Oh, yeah. Coconut Oil. I didn’t even know coconuts had that much oil in them. Coconut toddy vinegar. Refer back to the blog (05 September 2003) where I talked about Coconut flowers and all the things that are made from it. So our coconut toddy vinegar is made from fermented sap from the coconut flower.

And don’t forget that ever loving coconut shell spoon we use in our non-stick cookware.

Author: LMAshton

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