Food

Pandan Potoprens Lok, manje pa ka rantre lavil, ti neg provens ak neg andeyo ap byen pase!

There is an advantage to living in a Haitian province close to the countryside, you get fresh plant based foods everyday at the local market whether or not Port-au-Prince is in ""Peyi Lock" mode.

Water Fasting: Haitians swear if you don't eat for a day, you could die, LOL!

Many Haitians say if you don't eat for a day, "gas ap anpare w" (gas will overtake you, so to speak). What exactly do they mean by that?

Good Nutrition is like a good investment - Beware the foods you eat

Are you conscious about the foods you eat? Good Nutrition is like a good investment. You do it slowly, continuously, and in the long run it pays big.

White Rice vs Brown Rice - Why is the bran removed from Rice?

So you prefer white rice over brown rice but did you know exactly why the rice bran was removed to make rice white? Read this...

Did you know: Avocado (zaboka) is a Superfood!

If you live in Haiti, chances are you eat Avocado (zaboka in Creole) whenever it is in season, if you are in the Haitian Diaspora, you probably eat it once in a while but did you know that zaboka is considered a superfood?

La Vie Cher en Haiti: 50 gourdes for 3 tomatoes in a Haitian province

My cousin who cooks for us is complaining how expensive tomatoes have become in the local marketplace. 50 gourdes (USD $0.54) for 3 medium tomatoes.

Anyone try the Ketogenic Diet while living in Haiti? What do you eat?

I am looking at the ketogenic diet (keto) while living in Haiti and I wonder if anyone else has tried it and what type of local foods you consume everyday.

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.