Words matter. These are the best Coconut Quotes from famous people such as James Cleverly, Tommy Dorfman, Alain Ducasse, Kenza Fourati, Soulja Boy, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
We have all had, on all sides of the House – some truly appalling things said about us. I’ve been called a race traitor, a coconut, a sell out. It’s horrible and it’s never the kind of thing that should be normalised or accepted.
I would like to know how to get my name stamped on a coconut so when people come over to my house I can just hand them one with my name on it.
The most classic French dessert around the holidays is the Christmas log, with butter cream. Two flavors. Chocolate and coconut. My first job in the kitchen when I was a boy was to make these Christmas logs.
After a shower, I slather my limbs with coconut oil or rose oil and pat dry. I use a dry brush to exfoliate several times a week to keep my skin smooth.
Yo, people are saying Tyga had the biggest comeback. Tyga? Tyga! Lime in the coconut Tyga? Yo, get out of here.
Coconut oil is a must for everything. It is fresh from the earth, so it naturally works to moisturize my scalp, skin, hair and even helps to remove eye makeup. It also smells delicious. You can buy it at a beauty store or the grocery store.
I’m bad with breakfast as I find it unlocks the eating door for the rest of the day, but sometimes I love a bowl of porridge with flaked coconut, crushed pistachios and a drizzle of honey.
Coconut water is just the best for you; it’s always something we had in Brazil. Since I was a little girl, I’ve been drinking it.
My neighborhood, Coconut Grove, we always played in the streets. It was corner against corner. We all had football teams. Different neighborhoods.
It’s a lot of scrubbing of my lips every day. I make my own lip scrubs at home with coffee grinds and coconut oil.
I’m really into coconut oil for everything. I cook it, eat it, put it in my hair, and use it as body lotion. I put it on my face, too – day cream, night cream, whatever. I love the smell. It reminds me of the beach. I’m not particular on what brand as long as it’s organic.
Protein bars, protein flapjacks, protein granola, protein ice cream and protein coconut water… To look at the health-food aisles, you’d think that protein was a substance no one could overeat. Even bread now comes in protein-enriched form.
At night, I’ll do coconut oil or almond oil on my face as a mask to replenish my skin. I’ve found those are so simple but work better than any other product. Coconut oil is so good, but if you don’t want to smell like a cookie, sweet almond oil isn’t as pungent.
My mother was very strong. Once, she picked up a coconut and smashed it against my father’s head. It taught me about women defending themselves and not collapsing in a heap.
Coconut oil mixed with olive oil is what I put on my body every day; I put rose hip oil on my face. If my hair feels dry, instead of going and buying something filled with chemicals, I put egg whites or avocados or mayonnaise in my hair. I leave it on there for an hour or two and I wash it out.
Use coconut oil; it is one of the best moisturizers. Use it right after the shower on wet skin and then wipe it off with a towel.
After exercising, I oil my hair regularly with almond, coconut, olive and castor oil.
I always make sure to moisturize my hair. I love natural oils, coconut oil. Moisture is one thing you can never go wrong with.
I’ve started using organic coconut oil to remove my makeup! It removes eye makeup so well and leaves it feeling hydrated and nourished!
If you take 12 waters from the coconut – not the ones you buy in the store, although that’s good – but the fresh coconuts, the little brown ones with the three eyes, if you take 12 of those within 24 hours, your blood will go back to the way it was when you were born.
I like coconut water for electrolytes, and I take tons of supplements.
I don’t really have a beauty routine. I always use coconut oil, and I always wear mascara. That’s kind of it! I’m pretty simple.
I happen to love coconut, particularly for that sweet and crunchy texture it adds to any dish.
I have always kept my beauty regime super simple, but I would say discovering you could use coconut oil to take off eye-makeup remover has been a game changer.
I used to walk to Altman’s on Saturdays for lunch at the Charleston Garden, which had a coconut cake that is still my favorite food in the world.
I prefer ‘cooling foods’ for the summer – lots of fruits like watermelons, a few strands of kesar with raisins that have been soaked overnight, and lots of coconut water. Dinner is usually dahi chawal. I am a big foodie, so depending on my cravings, I indulge – maybe pasta or risotto.
I’ll use shea butter to moisturize my skin, or coconut oil.
I will do crazy skincare things in the kitchen… I love coconut oil, so if I come home at night feeling all dry and like a fossil, I’ll put my hand in a jar of coconut oil and just mush it over my face.
You should always read the ingredients in coconut water. It should say 100% coconut water.
My hubby makes a mean salmon steak at the grill, but he leaves all the sides up to me. I love to grill and roast vegetables. I also experiment with baking instead of frying some things, like onion rings. I even make biscuits with coconut oil these days.
It’s amazing, coconut oil. I use it as a moisturizer. I put it in my hair when I want a kind of greasy look. I take off my makeup with it. I put a little bit in my coffee. I have coconut oil with everything.
When you shampoo your hair, you’re trying to get the oil out of your roots, but you really want the rest of your hair to maintain its moisture. When you put coconut oil on the ends, the shampoo gets oil out of the roots, but also protects the ends.
Too often black people are confronted with an assumption that there is only one way to be black, and that anyone who doesn’t conform is a ‘coconut’ an ‘Uncle Tom’ (or as Ms Dent Coad stated in her blog, a ‘token’). It implies we are too stupid to understand what it means to be conservative, or are race traitors.
We sit and read the paper in conjunction with having a little breakfast. Usually fruit salad, or I make myself a smoothie with rice milk, coconut water and yogurt.
Coconut is one of those love-hate ingredients.
Coconut oil is my best friend – I put it all over my body every night. And in the morning, I wash it off so I’m not all greasy.
I drink coconut water before my workouts. It has just the right amount of calories and electrolytes to get me going. My body has actually started craving it.
I’m just taking care of myself: Eating less, exercising more, drinking a lot of coconut water.
You can eat very well in Guadeloupe, but the thing I love most is fresh coconut. They make a hole so you can drink the milk straight from the coconut, then they cut it in two for you to eat the flesh.
I make a Bloody Mary at home with a dash of fish sauce, a little bit of coconut, and some lime juice. It gives the cocktail some South Asian flair.
I’ll admit that I do quite like drinks that come in coconut shells. So there’s always that.
I have a coconut oil stick, which I use for everything – on my eye lids to make them shinier, on my lips, and on any dry skin.
I was sometimes called ‘coconut’ when I was at school.
Coconut milk is the only thing on this planet that comes identically to mother’s milk.
I can’t live without coconut oil.
I focus a lot on hydrating with coconut water; as much as I love it, I limit my coffee intake and replace it with matcha, which I find is kinder on my skin.
I have fruit juices, cucumber juice and coconut water to cool myself in the hot weather.
I always chug Taste Nirvana Real Coconut Water first thing in the morning, even though I don’t particularly like the taste of coconut water in general.
Making a bougie, expensive beauty brand wasn’t helping the mission or very fun for me. We can all be united by that $12 coconut balm. You don’t need to charge an arm and a leg.
I use coconut oil every single day. I apply coconut oil on my whole body for moisturising. The oil can also be used as make-up remover, as it is light-based and is not sticky.
I ran a 100-mile marathon, and I was powered by coconut water.
Natural beauty products are a must! I use coconut oil-based RMS makeup, and I slather almond oil on my hands to soak while I watch a movie.
In the evening, I use a cleansing oil – coconut oil also works – to remove makeup.
When you’re confined to a hospital bed, there aren’t many appointments you can make. You await visits from friends and family members. You enjoy the coconut ice cream they smuggle in. You tolerate the erratic and invasive visits of doctors and nurses, hoping that one of them will bring you closer to going home.
I love making Italian food. And coconut chicken.
I love to make scrubs at home. My favorite is a mixture of brown sugar and coconut oil. So simple yet so effective!
I drink a lot of coconut water. It balances out all the other toxic stuff I put into my body.
The two basic items necessary to sustain life are sunshine and coconut milk.
I am a believer in nutrient timing and supplementation, through 8Zone. I love eggs, apples, wild fish, leafy greens, brown rice, pasta, oatmeal, home grown Washington Potatoes, and cooking with coconut and olive oils.