10 Food Products that SHOULDN'T be Canned!

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  • Greta Althaus
    Greta Althaus  2 days back

    liz seems like the stage manager of dope or nope

    • knight daemon
      knight daemon  2 days back

      I would have got those $100s. You guys need an IV bag of testosterone each.

      • knight daemon
        knight daemon  2 days back

        9:28 you are screwed if you eat ripped coconuts that has fallen from trees. You'll explode in diarrhea. You're supposed to climb up the tree and eat the fresh young coconut and not be lazy. Word of advice, do not get stranded on a tropical island at all cost! You'll die in three days along with the vegans.

        • Chad Meade
          Chad Meade  4 days back

          I just some pork rind juice God dang grow up you're going to be washer challenges in your life

          • Stormwolf 909
            Stormwolf 909  4 days back

            I wish Mathias continued doing songs and shorts. Like so he can see an start again.

            • Destroyer Maybe
              Destroyer Maybe  4 days back

              The grass jelly is so good!

              • The Wave Tv
                The Wave Tv  5 days back

                What is your favorite color

                • Hive Jcmgrath
                  Hive Jcmgrath  6 days back

                  like for liz

                  • Ismail Mohamed
                    Ismail Mohamed  6 days back

                    boi I drink bird's nest!!! I was sick OKAY then my fever went down a lot after drink the bird's nest drink. (its sweet)

                    • Haabil Siqander
                      Haabil Siqander  7 days back

                      The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae) and the only known living species of the genus Cocos.[1] The term "coconut" (or the archaic "cocoanut")[2] can refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which botanically is a drupe, not a nut. The term is derived from the 16th-century Portuguese and Spanish word coco, meaning 'head' or 'skull' after the three indentations on the coconut shell that resemble facial features.[3] Coconuts are known for their versatility of uses, ranging from food to cosmetics.[4] The inner flesh of the mature seed, as well as the coconut milk extracted from it, forms a regular part of the diets of many people in the tropics and subtropics. Coconuts are distinct from other fruits because their endosperm contains a large quantity of clear liquid,[4] called coconut water or coconut juice.[5]

                      Mature, ripe coconuts can be used as edible seeds, or processed for oil and plant milk from the flesh, charcoal from the hard shell, and coir from the fibrous husk. Dried coconut flesh is called copra, and the oil and milk derived from it are commonly used in cooking – frying in particular – as well as in soaps and cosmetics. The hard shells, fibrous husks and long pinnate leaves can be used as material to make a variety of products for furnishing and decorating. The coconut also has cultural and religious significance in certain societies, particularly in India, where it is used in Hindu rituals.[6]

                      • ΝΙΚΟΛΑΟΣ ΜΠΑΚΡΙΣΙΩΡΗΣ

                        1:15 was the moment mat knew he [email protected]<£ed up

                        • Johanna Chalk
                          Johanna Chalk  1 weeks back

                          My grandma use to pickle cow tongue and heart.

                          • Ziza Hasibuan
                            Ziza Hasibuan  2 weeks back

                            9:34 it’s GRASS JELLY. Or u can called it “cincau”

                            • victoria pamplona
                              victoria pamplona  2 weeks back

                              It’s re sis not re says or re sees

                              • Sam and Alec
                                Sam and Alec  2 weeks back

                                The real tongue uncured is fresh cow tongue just cooked not salted and definitely not canned

                                • Dayton Guerrero
                                  Dayton Guerrero  2 weeks back

                                  coconuts are green when there young

                                  • Dayton Guerrero
                                    Dayton Guerrero  2 weeks back

                                    Birds nest soup is a chinese delicacy the nest are made out of sweet bird saliva

                                    • Daniel Dionne
                                      Daniel Dionne  2 weeks back

                                      You can just tell Liz has definitely done a lot worst for less.

                                      • Olivia Walker
                                        Olivia Walker  2 weeks back

                                        I died at 8:53 when Matt and Tanner looked at each other then just looked down in disappointment

                                        • SFC SLOTH
                                          SFC SLOTH  3 weeks back

                                          Why is Tanners face so red in this

                                          • Dũng HiếuGaming
                                            Dũng HiếuGaming  3 weeks back

                                            I always drink bird'nest drink Because I am VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVn

                                            • 123I subscribers without no video officials

                                              0:44 like tan man


                                              ROASTED


                                              Sorry tan man I still love you

                                              • FB79 1
                                                FB79 1  3 weeks back

                                                The only man is a woman.

                                                • Coffee Cup
                                                  Coffee Cup  3 weeks back

                                                  👧🏻
                                                  👚
                                                  👖 like for Liz

                                                  • putra shaqil
                                                    putra shaqil  4 weeks back

                                                    That is pink chicken.

                                                    • Ashlyn Hessler
                                                      Ashlyn Hessler  4 weeks back

                                                      The video is a challenge or punishment from team edge with you and Brian i think? I know it’s a team edge video I remember watching

                                                      • Israel Perez
                                                        Israel Perez  4 weeks back

                                                        Tanner the DRAMA KING!!!!!

                                                        • S33k N Destr0y6
                                                          S33k N Destr0y6  4 weeks back

                                                          That chicken looks gross.😂

                                                          • F Nic
                                                            F Nic  4 weeks back

                                                            #offended I live in the uk I’m angry at you tanner 😡 jk 😂

                                                            • Anthony Coussa
                                                              Anthony Coussa  4 weeks back

                                                              Matt if u need help blink three times and say it's not a problem any More

                                                              • magicalpandas
                                                                magicalpandas  4 weeks back

                                                                tanners joke was funny dont @ me

                                                                • Hunter Mckinney
                                                                  Hunter Mckinney  4 weeks back

                                                                  is matt wearing a faze rug shirt, like if you see that

                                                                  • GamerAnt X
                                                                    GamerAnt X  4 weeks back

                                                                    3:36
                                                                    Tanner:makes forest fire jokes
                                                                    Me who lives near a fire in California
                                                                    0_0

                                                                    • Lauren Braithwaite
                                                                      Lauren Braithwaite  4 weeks back

                                                                      Leave the UK alone Tanner!

                                                                      • Randy Mo
                                                                        Randy Mo  4 weeks back

                                                                        Bird nest is the birds spit

                                                                        • Harry 'n' Rush gaming
                                                                          Harry 'n' Rush gaming  4 weeks back

                                                                          I have never heard of that tongue product and I live in the uk

                                                                          • Hype Dragon
                                                                            Hype Dragon  4 weeks back

                                                                            Matt has the deathly hallows charm around his neck

                                                                            • Hype Dragon
                                                                              Hype Dragon  4 weeks back

                                                                              The deathly hallows

                                                                              • benjamin sowrheaver
                                                                                benjamin sowrheaver  1 months back

                                                                                There’s so much stuff missing from the wall compared to the set now 😂

                                                                              • Jean Yeo
                                                                                Jean Yeo  1 months back

                                                                                I know i am VERY late but bird nest drink is actually something a lot of chinese drink. I'm pretty sure I drank it before when i was around 4-6 years old, though I'm not sure if it has medicinal properties or what type. I've seen how the bird's nest looks like before it's turned into the drink,it was mostly white from what I remembered. All I know is that it's apparently is good for our health? I'm not really sure.

                                                                                • Crystal Bubblez18
                                                                                  Crystal Bubblez18  1 months back

                                                                                  Green coconuts aren’t ripe but are still edible, the coconut meat on green ones is bad but the milk is good and it’s vice versa for the brown, ripe ones

                                                                                  • The gold Theater
                                                                                    The gold Theater  1 months back

                                                                                    Tanner:I HATE TUNA
                                                                                    me:I carnt disagree

                                                                                    • Magda Jurgielewicz
                                                                                      Magda Jurgielewicz  1 months back

                                                                                      Dehydrated water?????WHO EVEN INVENTED THIS???

                                                                                      • Kute Kittens
                                                                                        Kute Kittens  1 months back

                                                                                        The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae) and the only known living species of the genus Cocos.[1] The term "coconut" (or the archaic "cocoanut")[2] can refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which botanically is a drupe, not a nut. The term is derived from the 16th-century Portuguese and Spanish word coco, meaning "head" or "skull" after the three indentations on the coconut shell that resemble facial features.[3]


                                                                                        Coconuts are known for their versatility of uses, ranging from food to cosmetics.[4] The inner flesh of the mature seed, as well as the coconut milk extracted from it, forms a regular part of the diets of many people in the tropics and subtropics. Coconuts are distinct from other fruits because their endosperm contains a large quantity of clear liquid,[4] called "coconut water" or "coconut juice".[5]


                                                                                        Mature, ripe coconuts can be used as edible seeds, or processed for oil and plant milk from the flesh, charcoal from the hard shell, and coir from the fibrous husk. Dried coconut flesh is called copra, and the oil and milk derived from it are commonly used in cooking – frying in particular – as well as in soaps and cosmetics. The hard shells, fibrous husks and long pinnate leaves can be used as material to make a variety of products for furnishing and decorating. The coconut also has cultural and religious significance in certain societies, particularly in India, where it is used in Hindu rituals.[6]




                                                                                        Contents
                                                                                        1 Etymology
                                                                                        2 History
                                                                                        2.1 Origin
                                                                                        2.2 Evolutionary history
                                                                                        3 Description
                                                                                        3.1 Plant
                                                                                        3.2 Fruit
                                                                                        3.3 Roots
                                                                                        3.4 Inflorescence
                                                                                        4 Distribution
                                                                                        4.1 Domestication
                                                                                        4.2 Dispersal
                                                                                        5 Natural habitat
                                                                                        5.1 Diseases
                                                                                        5.2 Pests
                                                                                        6 Production and cultivation
                                                                                        6.1 Cultivation
                                                                                        6.2 Production by country
                                                                                        7 Uses
                                                                                        7.1 Culinary uses
                                                                                        7.2 Coir
                                                                                        7.3 Copra
                                                                                        7.4 Husks and shells
                                                                                        7.5 Leaves
                                                                                        7.6 Timber
                                                                                        7.7 Roots
                                                                                        7.8 Other uses
                                                                                        8 Religion
                                                                                        8.1 Myths and legends
                                                                                        9 Allergies
                                                                                        9.1 Food allergies
                                                                                        9.2 Topical allergies
                                                                                        10 Varieties
                                                                                        10.1 Fruit types
                                                                                        11 See also
                                                                                        12 References
                                                                                        13 Further reading
                                                                                        14 External links
                                                                                        Etymology


                                                                                        De-husked coconut fruit showing the characteristic three pores resembling a face
                                                                                        The name coconut derives from seafarers during the 16th and 17th century for its resemblance to a head.[7][failed verification] 'Coco' and 'coconut' apparently came from 1521 encounters by Portuguese and Spanish explorers with Pacific islanders, with the coconut shell reminding them of a ghost or witch in Portuguese folklore called coco (also côca).[8][9]


                                                                                        The specific name nucifera is Latin for "nut-bearing".


                                                                                        History
                                                                                        Literary evidence from the Ramayana and Sri Lankan chronicles indicates that the coconut was present in the Indian subcontinent before the 1st century BCE.[10] Another early mention of the coconut dates back to the "One Thousand and One Nights" story of Sinbad the Sailor; he is known to have bought and sold coconut during his fifth voyage.[11] Thenga, its Tamil name, was used in the detailed description of coconut found in Itinerario by Ludovico di Varthema published in 1510 and also in the later Hortus Indicus Malabaricus.[12] Even earlier, it was called nux indica, a name used by Marco Polo in 1280 while in Sumatra, taken from the Arabs who called it jawz hindī, translating to "Indian nut".[13] In the earliest description of the coconut palm known, given by Cosmos of Alexandria in his Topographia Christiana written around 545, there is a reference to the argell tree and its drupe.[12][14]


                                                                                        In March 1521, a description of the coconut was given by Antonio Pigafetta writing in Italian and using the words "cocho"/"cochi", as recorded in his journal after the first European crossing of the Pacific Ocean during the Magellan circumnavigation and meeting the inhabitants of what would become known as Guam and the Philippines. He explained how at Guam "they eat coconuts" ("mangiano cochi") and that the natives there also "anoint the body and the hair with coconut and beniseed oil" ("ongieno el corpo et li capili co oleo de cocho et de giongioli").[15]


                                                                                        Origin
                                                                                        See also: Domesticated plants and animals of Austronesia, Austronesian peoples, and Genomics of domestication


                                                                                        The range of the natural habitat of the coconut palm tree delineated by the red line (based on information in Werth (1933),[16] slightly modified by Niklas Jonsson)
                                                                                        The American botanist Orator F. Cook was one of the earliest modern researchers to propose a hypothesis in 1901 on the location of the origin of Cocos nucifera based on its current worldwide distribution. He hypothesized that the coconut originated in the Americas, based on his belief that American coconut populations predated European contact and because he considered pan-tropical distribution by ocean currents improbable.[17][18] Thor Heyerdahl later used this as one part of his 1950 hypothesis to support his theory that the Pacific Islanders originated as two migration streams from the Canadian Pacific coast (themselves recent migrants from Asia) to Hawaii, and on to Tahiti and New Zealand in a series of hops, and another migration of a supposedly bearded and more advanced "white race" (whom he called "Long Ears") from South America via sailing balsa-wood rafts.

                                                                                        • Gabriel R
                                                                                          Gabriel R  1 months back

                                                                                          J Fred ate the sack in gummy vs real

                                                                                          • Jaiden Gamerz
                                                                                            Jaiden Gamerz  1 months back

                                                                                            i think the video where joey ate the spider sack was chubby buggy

                                                                                            • ItsJustNessie
                                                                                              ItsJustNessie  1 months back

                                                                                              Where do you get the sign? Can someone tell me I want one for my channel logo

                                                                                              • Jester J
                                                                                                Jester J  1 months back

                                                                                                Tanner: I probably look like a baby right now
                                                                                                Me: no u don't bro that looks like something that comes out of you not goes in