Select a good young coconut. The young coconut should be heavy and when shaken you shouldn’t hear a swishy sound because it should be completely full with water. The husk should be white, not tan, with no purple or brown spots on the bottom. Use a chef’s knife to open. Turn the young coconut on it’s side and begin husking the top of the coconut with the knife. Please use extreme caution when using the chef’s .
I just got home after picking up my weekly supply of fresh produce from my favoured neighbourhood project, the Loutet Farm in North Vancouver. I stumbled across this little gem earlier this summer and I have been making my weekly trek to Loutet Park to get my fill of fresh from the garden produce and to support this awesome neighbourhood initiative. I think it is a secrete worthwhile sharing, especially with my North Vancouver friends. However, .
I’m sitting outside the St. Lawrence Market in Toronto. It’s a warm December day, a pleasant break from the usual arctic temperatures more common to this time of year. I’m relaxed and taking in the sun, watching people rushing around during their lunch break, while I’m enjoying a plate of raw Pad Tai from my favourite raw food café. I feel amazing and am present to how blessed I am in this moment. You .