Food

Finally the rain has come, now Haitian Farmers can start planting their crops

The rain for many in Haiti is a blessing. Rainfall is good news for many Haitian farmers who can finally put some seed in the earth to grow into crops.

1000 gourdes per product, new penalty for selling expired food products in Haiti

The Haitian Ministry of Commerce has imposed a new penalty to stores and business keep expired food items for sale on their shelves.

Men Zin, Spaghetti ki te konn vann 20 gourdes Haiti pase a 35 gourdes

The price of Spaghetti has gone up by 75% in Haiti. Haitians who love to cook and eat spaghetti will have to spend 35 gourdes per bag if they want to cook it at home.

Make this one little change and you will lose weight faster without diet and exercise

There is a very simple and clinically proven way to lose weight while you continue to eat the same foods you love without changing your diet, without a new exercise plan, without taking any diet pills... Read this...

Cresson / Watercress contains more calcium than milk, more vitamin C than oranges, more...

Many Haitians eat "kreson" (watercress) as a salad but did you know that watercress contains more calcium than milk, more vitamin C than oranges, more iron than spinach and more folate than bananas?

Your Health : Eat 1 Cucumber everyday and this will happen to your body

Start eating 1 cucumber a day and you will notice not only numerous positive health changes in your body but you will notice beauty benefits as well.

Drink Water on an Empty Stomach for a month and This will Happen to you (VIDEO)

Did you know? To feel energized throughout the day, you should drink 4 glasses of water immediately after waking up... Drink water on an empty stomach for a month and this will happen to you... Watch this video...

Haitians consume over 100,000 metric tons of imported chicken each year

Did you know? It takes about 48 days on average to raise a meat chicken to maturity; however, Haitians consume over 100,000 metric tons of imported chicken meat from the United States, Brazil and the European Union.

Haiti - Yon gode pitimi koute 60 gourdes! (the price of millet is sky high)

Have you heard? Millet or pitimi in Haiti, the stuff you used to hate to eating as a child in Haiti, now costs more than twice the price of rice!

Poireau (Leek): Haitians add it to food as spice but do you know all the health benefits?

Most Haitian women spice up their meats with poireau (leek in English) but are you aware of all the nutritional properties of this amazing little vegetable? Read this...