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[Video] Ben Tre Man Shows You How to Perfectly Husk a Coconut

Husking a coconut is one of those things that looks deceivingly easy. But if you’ve ever tried to remove its thick green shell, it quickly becomes obvious that is a task of precision, one mastered only through years of practice.

As if husking wasn’t a daunting enough on its own, one Ben Tre man does what seems like the impossible – removing a glistening, unbroken sphere of coconut meat with swift and deliberate movements of a machete.

The result is incredible:


Người dân Bến Tre chắc ai cũng làm được thế này. :)Video: Xứ Dừa Bến Tre

Posted by Robbey on Thursday, October 15, 2015

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