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Old 11-24-2011, 03:40 PM   #26
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they were selling canned ones at costco a little while back, not quite sure if they still have it. its 100% coconut water with nothing else added but its not the same as cracking open up a young coconut yourself. the difference between the two is night and day.

there are many benefits to coconut water, its nature's gatorade!
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coconut juice from asian markets are very bad for you. most of them contain sodium nitrite as preservative. that chemical harms your digestive system and can cause colon cancer.
the only canned coconut juice i drink is blue monkey and i buy them at whole foods. you can also buy the fresh young coconut juice that is already chopped and ready to poke a straw and drink at whole foods. they are about $3.86 each but really good and you can eat the coconut meat as well.
they also put sodium nitrite on philippine dried mangos
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i bought some vita coco at whole foods market. cost me about 6 bucks for a litre of it.
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coconut juice from asian markets are very bad for you. most of them contain sodium nitrite as preservative. that chemical harms your digestive system and can cause colon cancer.
Sodium nitrite is in a lot of things.
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Reading this makes me miss vietnam and dominican! Used to drink it on the beach all the time!
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heads up. they are selling coconuts at T&T metrotown. $2 each.
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Sodium nitrite is in a lot of things.
such as bacon, and theres no way in hell im quitting bacon!
i tried fresh no preservative bacon before, and its just a totally different bacon experience (not in a good way)
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